- Lords of the Fallen is an action RPG, based on the Soulslike formula of difficult-to-play games.
- The devs have announced a giveaway that includes 5 hot sauces and a copy of the game.
- The promotion will run until November 10, 2023, and entails several ways to enter.
An action RPG built on the fundamentals of FromSoftware’s hellish “Soulslike” genre, Lords of the Fallen has had a successful run so far, even selling 1 million copies worldwide not long after its release. In an attempt to stir up enthusiasm for the title and allow people a chance to play it, the devs have announced a giveaway, offering a Señor Lechuga Hot Sauce along with a copy of Lords of the Fallen.
Follow & Repost for a chance to win a devastating combo of Lords of the Fallen Axiom & Umbral Hot Sauce from Señor Lechuga!
🪑1x LotF x Señor Lechuga Hot Sauce bundle.
🎁1 x Deluxe copy of LotF.
— LORDS OF THE FALLEN (@lotfgame) November 3, 2023
A little detail on the matter before you set off though: The giveaway is limited to a select number of regions, and isn’t global. Folks from the United Kingdom, the Republic of Ireland, the United States, France, and Germany can partake in the event and have to be over 18 to enter. Furthermore, you have until November 10 at 11:59 p.m. GMT to mark your entries and cross yourself as an entrant.
Speaking of entries, one user isn’t limited to a single one of those, and instead, can perform a variety of tasks to increase their chances of winning. For starters, one way to contribute is by following Lords of the Fallen’s X (previously Twitter) handle and reposting the giveaway tweet on the platform. Similarly, if you head over to Gleam, you’ll find more ways to enter the participant, mainly revolving around other social media platforms.
As for the prizes that you’ll be winning, CI Games in partnership with Señor Lechuga will send the randomly picked winners 10 Lords of the Fallen-themed hot sauce bottles — worth $149.99 as per the site — and a copy of the title’s Digital Deluxe Edition, which otherwise sets you back $69.99 if bought via Steam. The latter packs an array of extra goodies for players wanting to get the most out of the game.
On a side note, developer Hexworks Studio recently rolled out patch v1.1.292 for Lords of the Fallen, bringing balance adjustments for PvE bouts, and the ability to further enhance boss weapons beyond their maximum level. Furthermore, a slew of security and bug fixes have been incorporated to make the RPG more user-friendly across the board.
Lords of the Fallen came out on October 13, 2023, for the Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC. eXputer, in its review, rated the title 3.5/5, casting a lens on its intricate level design, the unique realm-switching mechanic, and diverse weapon variety to keep things ever-interesting. If you’re a new player, here are the 10 best swords in the RPG to nudge you in the right direction.
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