- Lords of the Fallen is a new Soulslike released in 2023 by Hexworks and CI Games.
- The game’s Deluxe Edition has received a discount on the Xbox storefront for Xbox Series X|S users.
- As opposed to its $79.99 MSRP, you can now get the game with the added content for $55.99.
Got an Xbox Series X or S and happen to have missed out on one of the best Soulslikes 2023 has to offer? Good. Not only do you get to save fair money on this digitally discounted deal right now, but thanks to Lords of the Fallen’s Deluxe Edition going on sale, Xbox players can benefit from added content as they make their way through the base game. You’ve got about 15 days to pull the trigger.
The Deluxe Edition of the RPG retails for about $79.99 on regular days, but thanks to the promotional discount, players get to save $24 and purchase this particular variant of Lords of the Fallen for somewhere around $55.99 before the taxes hit you. Fantastic pricing for those who want to get more out of the title while enjoying cut-down pricing at the same time. Here’s a rundown of what the Deluxe upgrade gets you:
- Dark Crusader Starting Class
- Dark Crusader Armour & Weapon Set
- 100 Page Digital Artbook
- Digital Soundtrack
- 3D Model Viewer
In case you missed it, Lords of the Fallen’s Season of Revelry has just kicked off, beginning with update v.1.1.394. The arrival of the new season has brought an array of new changes to the Soulslike and bug fixes as well. Talk about new projectiles, novel boss weapon abilities, another Spell Pack, and a mountain of bug fixes and stability improvements moving forward.
It’s worth mentioning that the devs are diligently sticiking to their Free Content Roadmap plan that was laid out early last month, spanning the remainder of this year and then picking things up from 2024 when the time comes. As the news of the latest patch found itself circulating on Reddit, fans took the time to appreciate the developers for the continued support to Lords of the Fallen.
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Lords of the Fallen came out on October 13, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, with no last-gen ports. eXputer reviewed the game and rated it 3/5, with writer Muhammad Haris Umer highlighting its unique dual-realm feature and intricate levels while calling out the underwhelming boss fights along with the lack of stable performance, especially on PC.
In case you’re thinking of picking up the game, here is our guide on the best Grandswords along with their locations in Lords of the Fallen that you should certainly check out, followed by this write-up on the best one-handed weapons in Mournstead.
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