Lords of the Fallen Will Receive New Quests, Gear and NG+ Modifiers

Lords of the Fallen players can look forward to a series of free updates from Hexworks that will bring new content to the game. These updates will not only include the usual minor adjustments, but also introduce fresh gear, magic, and quests that will keep the gameplay experience engaging and captivating.

In the latest update, the focus is on three new armor sets, each with its own unique aesthetic and accompanying story-driven quests. Players can choose from the Umbral Armor, which has a shadowy appearance, the Radiant Armor, which is luminous, or the Rhogar Armor, which sounds as formidable as it looks.

In addition to the new gear, those who wield magic in the game will be pleased to find two new Spell Packs making their way into the game. These packs will offer players additional magical abilities, opening up new tactical possibilities.

The updates aren’t just about looks and spells, though. Lords of the Fallen will also expand its inventory and stash system, allowing for better management of the growing collection of weapons, armor, and mystical items. Moreover, the game is set to receive a balancing pass that will separately address the player versus environment (PvE) and player versus player (PvP) aspects, ensuring a fair and enjoyable experience for all types of players.

For those who love a challenge, the promise of new Grievous Strikes, secret boss weapon abilities, and modifiers for the New Game Plus mode is particularly exciting. These additions are designed to test the skills of players who have mastered the initial offerings of Lords of the Fallen and are looking for the next hurdle to overcome.

Lords of the Fallen is currently available for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC, and these updates are sure to give both new and returning players plenty to explore and conquer.

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