Lords of the Fallen, the spiritual successor to 2014’s Soulslike with the same name, hit PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC last month – you can read Game Informer’s Lords of the Fallen review here. After a recent patch a few weeks ago that made the game easier and added in some Halloween festivity, developer Hexworks and publisher CI Games have released its schedule of content for the game and it includes new questlines, two new events, more armor and weapons, and more.
The roadmap also includes a “regular weekly cadence of updates focusing on bringing further stability, performance optimization, and balancing improvements to the game, including its online crossplay experience.”
Stopping short of specifics, Hexworks says before the year’s end, it will add multiple new quest lines to Lords of the Fallen, with the opportunity to unlock some unique armor sets and weapons. The studio says some of this armor and weaponry has been co-created with the community during recent collaborative livestreams. Plus, the studio says “players can look forward to 12 new spells, new finisher attacks, and a whole host of community-requested features, including the recently revealed New Game Plus (NG+) modifier system – a first for the genre, and highly anticipated by the Lords of the Fallen community.”
“At Hexworks, we’re incredibly proud of the open relationship we’re fostering with our community,” studio head Saül Gascon writes in a press release. “We are actively listening to their constructive feedback and working diligently to deliver what we believe, collectively, will elevate Lords of the Fallen further. Every addition to the game is a labor of love, as we strive to push both it and the genre’s boundaries.”
For more, read Game Informer’s Lords of the Fallen review and then listen to us talk about it on The Game Informer Show.
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