How to Evolve Vento Sacro in Vampire Survivors

How to Evolve Vento Sacro in Vampire Survivors

Last Updated on 9 June, 2022

How to Evolve Vento Sacro in Vampire Survivors – Evolution Steps, Tips that will help you, and our opinion of the Vento Sacro and the Fuwalafuwaloo

Check here other Evolutions & the Upgrade guide

How to Evolve Vento Sacro in Vampire Survivors – Steps

Evolving Vento Sacro is quite simple, there are 4 steps in total:

  1. Unlock Vento Sacro by surviving for 15 minutes with Zi’Assunta
  2. Get the Vento Sacro weapon to Level 8
  3. Unlock Bloody Tear by evolving Whip (check here the Whip Evolution guide)
  4. Collect a rare enemy’s chest that spawns once the counter gets to 10:00 (survive for at least 10 minutes)

Vento Sacro Evolution Recipe > Vento Sacro + Bloody Tear = Fuwalafuwaloo

Tips to achieve evolution

  • With enough Amount, Cooldown and Movement Speed, Vento Sacro can be a very deadly weapon to where you are facing horizontally.
  • Vento Sacro can deal critical damage by default. The more Luck you have, the more likely you are to deal critical hits. Luck can be increased with Clover, Little Clovers, or the Luck PowerUp.

How to Evolve Vento Sacro in Vampire Survivors – Levels

Boosts by levels of the Vento Sacro:

  • 1st Level: Stronger with continuous movement. Can deal critical damage
  • 2nd Level: +1 Base Damage
  • 3rd Level: +1 Projectile & +33% Base Area
  • 4th Level: +1 Base Damage
  • 5th Level: +1 Projectile & +33% Base Area
  • 6th Level: +1 Base Damage
  • 7th Level: +1 Projectile & +33% Base Area
  • 8th Level: +1 Base Damage

At max Level Vento Sacro will have +4 Base damage, +99% base area, and +3 projectiles

How to Evolve Vento Sacro in Vampire Survivors – Fuwalafuwaloo

With enough Amount, Cooldown and Movement Speed, Fuwalafuwaloo can be a very deadly weapon to where you are facing horizontally.

Fuwalafuwaloo can deal critical damage by default. The more Luck you have, the more likely you are to deal critical hits. Luck can be increased with Clover, Little Clovers, or the Luck PowerUp.

Fuwalafuwaloo’s lifesteal and explosion effect can only trigger twice per second and only on critical hits. This means that to trigger them the fastest, you must maximize your Luck and Cooldown bonuses to decrease the downtime of it not attacking with critical hits.

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