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Vampyr: How to Stun Enemies & Targets

In Vampyr, you are going to need to stun enemies in Combat to be able to bite them and collect their blood. If you don't have any Blood available, then you can't use any of your Vampire abilities such as healing or damage ones. Stunning can be a bit complex to understand in the early game, as not a lot of weapons offer a good way to do so. That's why we have you covered! In this short guide, we'll show you a few methods to stun enemies whether you're on PC, PS4 or Xbox One. The only thing that varies in this guide is the controls. We have covered a lot of guides for Vampyr, which you can take a look at here! Stunning in Vampyr The easiest way to stun an enemy would be to sneak up on them. Keep out of vision, and slowly walk up behind your target. Focus...

Vampyr: How to Read Notes, Quest Items & Collectables

When completing quests or just searching areas in general, you're likely going to come across a lot of quest items. There are usually in the forms of letters/notes that will provide you with hints on a citizens story. If you find a note and don't read it straight away, you may not know how to find it again. The two main types of items are 'Collectables' and 'Quest Items'. Each have their own differences. Below, we'll show you how to access the menu where you can read back letters on PC, Xbox One and PS4. If you want to check out some more Vampyr guides, we have a collection going here. Read Collectables & Quest Items To start, you need to open the main menu. Not the start menu, but the menu where you can access your character, inventory, citizens etc. On PC, you can get to it by pressing TAB, whilst it's...

Vampyr: How to Use & Equip Guns

If you want to get some damage in from a distance without using your Vampire abilities, you're going to want to use guns. There are a load of different types available in Vampyr, from pistols to shotguns. When I first started playing, I was a little confused on how to actually use and equip them, not knowing much about all the different slots and how 1 handed and 2 handed weapons worked. That's why I've decided to make this guide, for anyone who struggled a little like me. You can find our guide below for Xbox One, PC & PS4 Players! Meanwhile, you can check out some more Vampyr Guides here at PwrDown! Equipping Guns Head into your Inventory/Character menu, where you can equip different weapons and abilities. It looks like the screen below. You can see that you have a section on the left for Main Hand and Off Hand. It's possible to...

Vampyr: How to Get Shillings

Shillings are the main currency in Vampyr, used to purchase goods from merchants. You will encounter your first merchant when you approach Pembroke Hospital, a man named Milton just outside the entrance. From merchants, you can buy all sorts of useful items such as weapons, weapon parts, materials and junk. When at a merchant, you can see your number of shillings in the top left of the screen. If you decide not to buy from a merchant, you can instead sell items from your inventory. Although some items are better off being recycled at a crafting desk to get some of the resources back, which can be used to craft different things. You will find our tips below for finding shillings. If you want to check out some more Vampyr guides, we have you covered! Where to find Shillings There are a few different ways of getting shillings. The most common way would just...

Vampyr: How to Bite People & Enemies

When you're playing as a Vampire, it makes sense that you want to bite people. Not only does it deal damage, it helps replenish blood which allows you to cast your special abilities. To actually use your bite, your target will need to be stunned first. We have covered how to stun people in it's own guide, but we'll also mention it here. If you want to bite citizens, you will need to mesmerise them. You can find our guide below. Meanwhile, if you want to check out some more Vampyr Guides for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, check out our website here! Biting People in Vampyr As mentioned above, to bite someone, they need to be stunned. When near an enemy, they have a health bar above their head. Below the health bar is a brown bar, which starts as full. If you are using a weapon that deals stun damage and you...

Raft Game Guides & Wiki Collection

Raft is a survival game, released on Steam on the 23rd May 2018. Alone or together, build a raft and navigate the sea to find loot. Previously, Raft was released as a free game during its Alpha stages. However, since receiving a full release, a lot of new mechanics and changes where made to the game including Multiplayer Co-Op, Diving, Reefs, lots of new crafting recipes and more. At the moment, Raft is sitting in an Early Access state, meaning it is set to receive a lot of updates in the future. It will likely be a while before we see a full release, with developers relying on your feedback and ideas on discussion forums. For now, we have a lot of guides available for Raft, produced in a Wiki-like format below. If you have a problem with any of these guides, let us know in the comments! Basic Guides Default controls &...