Lords Of The Fallen’s Update v.1.1.441 Brings Critical Crash Fixes

An additional 40 enhancements for stability and optimization have been carried out as well.

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  • Lords of the Fallen is an action RPG by Hexworks, crafted with the Soulslike formula of FromSoft.
  • The game has received a new patch from the side of the developers, titled Update v.1.1.441.
  • The update brings a multitude of critical crash fixes and other adjustments for the game’s stability. 

Coming off as a tip-top Soulslike in 2023 that both CI Games and Hexworks have come together to push out, Lords of the Fallen is an exceptionally good time, praised for its distinct realm-switching mechanic that pretty much no other game belonging to the genre replicates. As such, a new patch for the RPG has been rolled out, titled Update v.1.1.441, and it aims to improve the title on many levels. 

This week’s update brings with it some critical crash fixes, as well as improvements to multiplayer connectivity, alongside an additional 40 tweaks for further stability and optimisation,” reads the patch notes announcement by developer Hexworks. 

Update v.1.1.441
byu/CIG_Shikallum inLordsoftheFallen

Taking a look at the patch notes in detail, fans are fairly pleased with what they see. There are over 14 different adjustments for Lords of the Fallen’s multiplayer element, not to mention a swath of other improvements for categories spanning visuals, crashes, enemies, environment, and UI. Here is a rundown of some of the other enhancements that the new update has brought: 

  • Fixed an issue that could cause the controls to become unresponsive when reviving at the Vestige of Ranik.
  • Fixed an issue where the lock on mechanic didn’t work on an Umbral bellie in the small church in Manse of the Hallowed Brothers.
  • Fixed an issue where boss weapon abilities would not work for coop partners and invaders until the host rested.

With this patch being out and all, attempting to better the overall experience for Lords of the Fallen enthusiasts across the board, those on Xbox are still complaining about a persistent issue that hasn’t been resolved, despite an earlier acknowledgement that a fix is coming. It’s evident from so many player reports that the in-game HUD (Head-Up Display) is misaligned when playing on the Series X|S, but Hexworks hasn’t shed light on the matter as of yet. 

Umbral Statue in Lords of the Fallen
The Umbral Realm Statue Location in Lords of the Fallen

Keep mentioning it every patch thread! I’m sure the PC/PS5 folk are bored to tears seeing us whinge all the time about this, but we must keep up pressure publicly so that it never gets forgotten about,” writes u/supercakefish. Here’s hoping that the folks up high get to the bottom of the situation as soon as possible. In the meantime, I recommend taking to the r/LordsoftheFallen subreddit and making posts about the problem there. Some members of the developer team seem to be active in this community.


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Hexworks’ debut project in the name of Lords of the Fallen launched on October 13, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. eXputer’s 3.5/5.0 review of the game praises its weapon variety, unique art direction, and intricate levels. If you’re a new player, feel free to take a look at our battle-tested guide on the 10 best weapons to pursue in Mournstead.

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