- Hexworks has released a new update for Lords of the Fallen. allowing players to augment two boss weapons to their maximum level.
- The patch also reduces the mana cost for certain spells to ensure better PVE balance.
- In the future, the balancing procedures for PVE and PVP will be split to prevent changes on one side from impacting the other and vice versa.
Lords of the Fallen has received another patch in response to player feedback, restoring boss weapons to the level they were before the last update. According to the patch notes, the devs overlooked how long it took to acquire the necessary amount of Deralium Chunks and other necessary materials to level up the gear. This problem has been addressed in update v1.1.292.
This adjustment applies to you if your character owns any boss weapon and has upgraded any weapon to its maximum level. For the next ten days, players will find a new item in Skyrest Bridge that grants 2 Deralium Chunks, 40 Large Deralium Shards, and 15 Replete Vigor Skulls. This will provide all the resources and vigor necessary to upgrade two boss weapons from level 5 to 10.
Moreover, the devs state that the pickup is “per character.” This means that any profile in Lords of the Fallen that meets the requirements will be able to collect this item and augment the relevant gear. According to their statement, players will find this resource near the Shrine of Orius, in the small alcove with hammocks.
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Along with remedying the boss weapon issue, this patch also decreases the mana requirement for the Blessed Reflections spell and Infernal Hounds invocations. As of update v1.1.292, it’s now just an additional 50% mana to their previous cost ensuring a better balance for PVE.
Furthermore, due to player feedback, the balancing procedures for PVE and PVP in Lords of the Fallen will be split. According to the devs, this will lead to PVP-related adjustments no longer impacting the game’s PVE experience and vice versa. However, the team needs more time to pull this off so players will have to wait a while longer.
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 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox 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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