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V Rising Cloaks Guide: How to Get Cloaks in V Rising and What They Do

We've compiled a short guide to cloaks in V Rising, including their usage and methods on how to obtain them.
We've compiled a short guide to cloaks in V Rising, including their usage and methods on how to obtain them. / Image courtesy of Stunlock Studios

We've compiled a short guide to cloaks in V Rising, including their usage and methods on how to obtain them.

What are Cloaks in V Rising?

Cloaks in V Rising are additional pieces of gear that provide extra bonuses when worn. For example, the Traveler's Wrap cloak provides additional protection against the sunlight — reducing the Sun damage taken. They share space with capes and mantles, but not with helms and hoods.

Cloaks, capes, and mantles have their own slot in the player's gear.

How to Get Cloaks in V Rising

Like any armor and/or gear pieces, cloaks can be obtained by looting enemies and their encampments or by crafting them using raw materials. Most cloaks tend to correspond to specific sets of armor — though they rarely, if ever, count toward the set bonuses. Typically, however, this means that the reagents necessary to craft those sets will also be used with the corresponding cloak.

As long as players have the recipe for the cloak unlocked, they should be able to craft it without a problem.

Types of Cloaks in V Rising

There are several types of cloaks in V Rising. Below, we've listed just a small assortment, alongside their necessary ingredients for crafting.

Immortal King's Mantle

  • 6x Ghost Yarn
  • 6x Spectral Dust

Immortal King's Drape

  • 5x Cloth
  • 5x Leather

Hunter's Cloak

  • 6x Cotton Yarn

Phantom's Veil

  • 4x Ghost Yarn
  • 4x Spectral Dust

Traveler's Wrap

  • 5x Cloth
  • 5x Leather

Ashfolk Crystal Ice Cloak

  • 4x Cotton Yarn

Thousand-Stitch Cloak

  • 4x Cotton Yarn

Hermit's Shawl

  • 4x Cotton Yarn

More information about V Rising can be found on its website. The game is currently available in Early Access on Steam.