Blood is a resource in Vampyr which works alongside health and stamina. You need to consume blood in order to use your vampire abilities in Vampyr. As it sounds, you will need to get blood from living things in the Vampyr world.
With time, you will be able to evolve your character to be able to harvest more blood as well as being able to carry more blood. When you start playing Vampyr, the whole concept of the game may seem a bit confusing. Do not worry, however, below is a guide for all you PC, PS4 & Xbox players!
How to Collect Blood in Vampyr
First, you can find the blood bar in the top left corner of the screen. It is the red bar. The other bars which are green and brown are meant for health and stamina respectively. To get blood, you are going to have to harvest it from people and animals. Luckily, it does not have any impact on the game as long as you kill guards and not citizens.
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The easiest way to harvest blood in Vampyr is by stunning your enemies and then bite them. When I say enemies, I mean generic guards and Skals and not actual citizens who have names.
Biting an enemy is the easiest way to get Blood
Once you have stunned your target, you can then bite them to harvest blood. You can stun your enemies multiple times during a fight to keep yourself topped up and be able to use your abilities repeatedly.
Sometimes, you may find rats running around. You can eat the rats for their blood. Rats, however, can’t give as much blood as Kals or Guards, it is essentially free blood. Make sure to listen out for rats as they are pretty loud in the game.
Eating Rats can also offer smaller amounts of blood
You can also create Serums from the crafting bench with your materials which you foud from scavenging. Making Serums is pretty expensive but they offer you a large amount of blood instantly.