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How to invite friends to your session in V Rising

Stronger together.
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There is strength in numbers in V Rising. If you’re playing on a PVE server, many bosses are extremely difficult to solo given their strength. If you’re playing on a PVP server, it’s always good to have a friend or two watching your back so another player doesn’t put a dagger in it. However, it’s not as simple as adding your friends on Steam and jumping in together. Here’s how to invite friends to your session in V Rising.

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First off, you need to be on the same server. This requires you to find a server and have your friend join it as well — but they’ll have to manually type in the server name into the search box to find it on their own. V Rising is a sharded server game, which is to say that progress on one server does not carry over onto another — and if you’re not on the same server, you cannot party together.

Once you’ve confirmed you’re on the same server, you need to create a “clan.” Press the P key to open up the Clan menu and hit the Create Clan button. Once your clan is made, you can re-open the Clan menu and hit the Invite Player button. Enter your friend’s username and you’re all set — you can now build and play together, and if you’re on a PVP server, friendly fire will be turned off.

When you and your friends are partnered together, you’ll need to know how to work through V Rising’s various systems. That means knowing how Blood works and the fastest way to gain wood and stone. Of course, if you aren’t interested in crafting or fighting, you and your team might want to do some fishing to pass the time. We’ve found all twelve fishing spots to give you an idea of where to go.


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