Lords Of The Fallen v1.1.282 Features Over 100 Improvements

The update was previously confirmed in an official announcement.

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  • Update v1.1.282 for Lords of the Fallen is live, bringing over 100 improvements and fixes to the game.
  • While the corrupted saves issue has been resolved, devs have encouraged players to email any future saves that malfunction for analysis and resolution.
  • Patch 1.1.282 also buffs various bosses while balancing the wide array of weapons for PVP.

Lords of the Fallen has received its new patch that features over 100 fixes, tweaks, and enhancements. According to the patch notes, this includes improved visual quality of HDR, extra savegame safeguards, and the resolution of several rare crash factors. The update has also improved co-op, diversified PVP, buffed some bosses, polished AI behavior, and implemented various balance adjustments.

Lords of the Fallen v1.1.282 Patch Notes
Lords of the Fallen v1.1.282 Patch Notes

To alleviate the problem of corrupted save files, an additional failsafe has been added to help reduce its occurrence. For future instances, the devs advise the players to email their corrupted files to support@cigames.com so the team can identify the origins of the problem.

Moving on, various crashes have been resolved to improve the stability of Lords of the Fallen. Factors such as AIs casting certain abilities, nanite sending certain data to GPUs, AIs & players targeting each other with specific abilities, and the player aiming in the ranged mode under particular circumstances were fixed.

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Performance has also been enhanced as of update 1.1.282 for Lords of the Fallen. An FPS degradation issue that occurred when over-interacting with the in-game menu in one session, followed by a stamina-consuming action just afterward was resolved. General smoke VFX has been optimized in addition to shadow enhancements in Spurned Progeny’s arena. 

Lords of the Fallen
Lords of the Fallen

The patch also tweaks the bosses to make the encounters more thrilling. Sanctified Huntress is now able to use her dash-teleport when cornered against a wall by the player or an NPC helper. Moreover, Griefbound and her minions received an aggression boost in addition to the Sundered One receiving the same treatment. The devs have also increased the visual feedback for the frostbite projectiles of Kinrangr Guardian Folard

The latest addition to the list of Soulslikes launched with a fairly positive reception from critics & users alike. Being aware of the essence of these titles, understanding their systems, and choosing from the best starting classes in Lords of the Fallen is crucial. Once you’re done with that, take the next step by discovering the five best builds to use in the game.

Lords of the Fallen launched on October 10, 2023, on PlayStation 5Xbox Series XXbox Series S, and PC. Read our review to understand why this title is a Soulslike clone that isn’t utterly terrible.

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