- Update 1.202 for Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is live; fixes an array of bugs to improve the game’s stability.
- The patch notes shed some light on revisions that were not listed in patch 1.200.
- Wo Long’s second collaborative event, this time with Nioh, is planned for Fall 2023.
Team Ninja has rolled out the next update for Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, implementing fixes for major bugs following the release of DLC 2. The patch notes elaborate on the various resolutions of patch 1.202; they also provide details regarding certain revisions not listed in the Conqueror of Jiangdong expansion.
With patch 1.202, the Martial Arts level of weapons in the player’s possession will no longer be incorrectly set to Lv. 1 instead of Lv. 0 upon unlocking the upgrade option. Team Ninja states that this fix will not decrease the current Martial Arts level of weapons, preventing the need to re-earn experience points. Moreover, the bug causing Hidden Tomes acquisition prompts in the Thousand-Mile Journey to be displayed regardless of acquisition has been resolved.
Moving on, v1.202 of Wo Long also addresses the issue of a bug preventing the adjustments made to the efficacy of special effects in Ver. 1.200 from being applied to players’ equipment. These values will be corrected while loading upon updating the game. Additionally, premium special effects can now be assigned to specific embedding slots on accessories received from Shitieshou.
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Other problems ironed out in this update include bugs that sometimes caused equipment in the storehouse to be salvaged or sold in Auto-Salvage/Auto-Sell modes, led to game crashes when changing the settings on the auto sorting screen under certain conditions, and prevented players from acquiring accolades upon completing the Thousand-Mile Journey in Recruit sessions.
Aside from the fixes outlined above, the patch notes also list revisions that were absent in v1,200 of Wo Long. The transition from normal attacks to Spirit attacks for Dual Sabres was previously adjusted. Furthermore, the effectiveness of “Spirit Defense (Guarding)” has been reduced on Halberds of Lady Hao.
Update 1.200 led players into the second DLC of Wo Long in addition to the long-awaited Lies of P collaboration. Later this year, a second collaborative event, this time with Nioh, is planned for launch.
Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox Game Pass, PC, and last-gen consoles. Read on to find out why we believe the game to be a fantastic experience despite its performance issues.
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