Lords Of The Fallen’s Update v.1.1.507 Brings Major QoL Change; Stability Improvements

Talk about AMD stability, connectivity optimization, and more.

Story Highlights

  • Lords of the Fallen is a brand-new Soulslike and a debut project of developer Hexworks.
  • The title’s latest update, v.1.1.507, has added an array of changes to the game, both QoL and others. 
  • Some of the most prominent additions include better stability for those with an AMD GPU. 

Lords of the Fallen’s post-launch support has been fairly average, with some player complaints taking a lot longer than usual to receive acknowledgment from the side of the developers. In any case, Hexworks is still pushing out what it can in an attempt to better the user experience across the board, and in doing so, the latest update v.1.1.507 for the game is here, bringing a bevy of stability and QoL adjustments in its wake.

In today’s update we’ve introduced a small quality-of-life feature that alters how the storage system operates. Should your inventory become full from plundering, the latest eligible looted item will now be sent straight to the Coffer, allowing you to collect anything and everything along your journey through Mournstead. Alongside this, we have also implemented a solution that aids in preventing potential crashes on AMD graphics cards.” 

Outside of all the bug fixes made on the UI front, such as issues that previously revolved around the character’s name getting switched up with something else as soon as the player joined a multiplayer session, the major improvements included in this patch are connectivity enhancements, a new storage mechanic that lets you add loot to it when your inventory is full, and crash fixes for AMD cards. Here’s a rundown of some Level Design resolutions too: 

  • Fixed an issue that could allow players to become stuck in an inaccessible area near the building above the fire witch in Upper Calrath.
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the Judge Cleric to not be able to attack players if they stood near a specific spot in the boss arena.
  • Fixed an issue that could the camera to clip through environment assets near the cemetery close to the entrance to Lower Calrath.
Lords of the Fallen
Lords of the Fallen, an In-Game Screenshot

On a side note, Lords of the Fallen has sold over 1.2 million copies, with Hexworks having more projects under development, probably due to the success fueled by the former. The game came out on October 13, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, earning a 3.5/5.0 rating in eXputer’s review for its great combat, and the unique dual-realm mechanic. 

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