CI Games has announced that Lords of the Fallen: Complete Edition will be available at retail stores in North America for PS4 and Xbox One for $29.99. This updated package comes with the original game from Deck13 as well as all the DLC such as the Ancient Labyrinth campaign pack.
LORDS OF THE FALLEN: COMPLETE EDITION ASCENDS ON OCT. 27
CI Games’ Gripping Action RPG Rises Anew on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One Bundled With All Previously Released DLC
WARSAW, Poland – Oct. 15, 2015 – CI Games has announced that it will launch Lords of the Fallen: Complete Edition, an updated release of its intensely thrilling action RPG packaged with all of the game’s DLC, later this month.
The “Ancient Labyrinth” campaign leads the charge of bonus content available in Lords of the Fallen: Complete Edition. Locked away between the realms of humans and demons is a long-forgotten maze of dangerous puzzles, hidden secrets and frightful terrors to explore. This expansion introduces one of the most powerful Lords of the Rhogar army, as well as new weapons and armor, story and lore, side quests, and rewards that vary depending on player choices.
Lords of the Fallen: Complete Edition also includes the following DLC add-ons:
• Demonic Weapon Pack – Holds three fearsome weapons of wicked origins: a trusty sword balanced for offense and defense, twin daggers for raw power, and a magic-stealing hammer.
• Lion Heart Pack – Unlocks an elite armor set accompanied by an equally mighty hammer and shield.
• Monk Decipher – A new quest that digs deeper into the Keystone Monastery to claim a legendary artifact that reacts to hidden places and treasures.
• The Foundation Boost and The Arcane Boost – Each pack contains two resource cards to aid Harkyn on his journey.
Set in a sprawling medieval fantasy universe, Lords of the Fallen is built with rewardingly complex melee combat mechanics that make every encounter a fast-paced and satisfying challenge. When an ancient god of chaos returns to subjugate the world, humankind’s last hope for salvation is Harkyn, a convicted sinner cast aside by society. Confront the formidable Lords and generals of the dark legions as a Warrior, Rogue or Cleric, fully customizable with an evolving arsenal of skills, weapons and gear.
Lords of the Fallen: Complete Edition will be available in North America on Oct. 27 at retail stores only for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One for $29.99. It is rated M (Mature) by the ESRB. For more information on current and upcoming titles from CI Games, please visit www.cigames.com.
@GriftGFX: I think MS were in full on panic mode because they wanted to add value to their box, so they showed everything. (23 minutes ago)
Yeah they just need to actually implement some of that stuff. They're charting an interesting path. I feel like they showed this game off before they knew what it was. (25 minutes ago)
For instance, in Destiny, the whole point of getting loot is to get better equipped to do raids for better equipment to do raids for better equipment and sometimes Iron Banner. (25 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: It really depends how they approach it. If you can upgrade your ship, crew etc to navigate more dangerous parts of the sea then it will be a dangling carrot scenario. (27 minutes ago)
Also, like the Division you have to cash in the loot before people steal it for themselves. The Division ran into the problem of just allowing anyone in the instances. (29 minutes ago)
And like.. what's the purpose of the loot itself. (29 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: I feel like what the loot is will determine the way people play. Will there be the standard common to Legendary loot? Will some loot be harder to navigate to, if so, will it be worth it? (30 minutes ago)