Lords Of The Fallen Goes 40% Off On Steam For New Lampbearers

The Deluxe Edition is also going for the same price cut percentage right now.

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  • Lords of the Fallen is an ambitious new Soulslike, developed by Hexworks and published by CI Games.
  • The title has received an attractive price cut in recent times, and it’s about 40% off on Steam right now.
  • Along with the base game, the Deluxe Edition of Lords of the Fallen has also been discounted on Steam.

Lords of the Fallen has been making waves across the industry for its fantastic art direction, great combat, and overall high Soulslike quality. If you’re a fan of this hellish genre and have been holding out on purchasing the title, now could be your moment to strike hard and fast. The game has been discounted by a cool 40% on the official Steam storefront, reducing its $59.99 MSRP to $35.99.

Lords of the Fallen Discounted on Steam
Lords of the Fallen Discounted on Steam

Beware though, this offer isn’t sticking around forever. You have until January 29 to make the purchase with the currently discounted price of Lords of the Fallen; from then on out, it’s back to the regular. Oh, and feel free to opt for the Digital Deluxe Edition as well if you have to, which is also 40% off at the moment, setting potential buyers back $41.99 instead of the full $69.99.

Lords of the Fallen Deluxe Upgrade on Sale as Well
Lords of the Fallen Deluxe Upgrade on Sale as Well

For those not in the know, the Deluxe Edition comes with a bevy of add-ons in an attempt to elevate your base Lords of the Fallen experience. These include the Dark Crusader Starting Class, a 100-page digital art book, the game’s digital soundtrack, and even an in-game 3D model viewer that lets you examine various characters up close. In case someone already has the base game but still wants these bonus items, there is a solution to be wary of.

And that is the Lords of the Fallen Deluxe Upgrade, curated specifically for owners of the base game who don’t want to miss out on the added goodness. Fortunately, it happens to be on sale too, costing about $11 instead of its typical $19.99 pricing. Again, these are all week-long deals, so don’t expect them to still be valid once we’re days into February. 


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On a side note, a recently revealed report by research company Edison Group has paved the way for interesting Lords of the Fallen information to come to light. As per the finding, the title has rolled over 1.2 million units over the course of its release, thereby signaling success for publisher CI Games. In addition to that, it appears there are more projects under the works by the developers, with one of them utilizing Unreal Engine 5 as its game engine. 

Lords of the Fallen came out on October 13, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, with its first-ever announcement tracing back to 2022. eXputer reviewed the Soulslike RPG and rated it 3.5/5.0, remarking on its weapon variety, art design masterclass, and that overly unique dual-realm mechanic. If you’re a new player, consider reading up on our curated list of the 10 best weapons in the game.

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