Lords Of The Fallen Patch v1.1.310 Goes Live; Confirms Re-Customization

Over 100 improvements and adjustments.

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  • Lords of the Fallen patch v1.1.310 has arrived and implemented over 100 adjustments.
  • Due to popular demand, devs have begun working on a feature to allow character re-customization.
  • In addition to fixing bugs, the update also improves performance, stability, and visual quality.

Lords of the Fallen has received its next weekly update with over 100 significant improvements in addition to the confirmation of Character Re-Customization. According to the patch notes, popular demand moved the devs to initiate work on a system allowing players to change their character’s appearance. It’s scheduled for release around the New Year and will come with its own mini-quest.

Lords of the Fallen v1.1.310 Patch Notes
Lords of the Fallen v1.1.310 Patch Notes

Moving on to the patch itself, Lords of the Fallen inventory mechanics have been improved. As of update v1.1.310, players will now be able to accept all key/quest and unique items even if the inventory is full. Furthermore, when at max capacity, items will now drop to the ground so they can be picked up later.

HDR and Steam Deck aspects have also been addressed. The former has been tweaked further to provide a wider range of colors. The Scarlet Shadow issue on the Steam Deck previously highlighted by the devs finally arrived at its resolution. Additionally, online functionality is now fully operational on Valve’s hardware.


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Hexworks has further optimized Lords of the Fallen with update v1.1.310 to provide a stable and smooth gaming experience. Performance has been enhanced in Skyrest, Upper Calrath, Castle Bramis, Pentient Path, The Manse, and more by reducing cast shadows without sacrificing visual quality. Moreover, several crash factors have been resolved to improve the game’s stability.

Lords of the Fallen
Lords of the Fallen

In line with the aforementioned adjustments, lighting has also been augmented without any impact on performance. In addition, the ambience transitions in Manse, Tower of Penance, Pilgrim’s Perch, and Forsaken Fen have been tweaked for more effect. Lastly, various aspects of the game related to level design, collisions, AI, and bosses have received significant improvements.

The latest addition to the list of Soulslikes launched with a fairly positive reception from critics & users alike. Your best bet to beat the game is to understand its systems and choose from the best starting classes in Lords of the Fallen. Once you check that off your list, take the next step and discover 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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