Dungeon-crawling RPG Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem is gearing up to receive its next playable content update, which is currently scheduled for release at the end of the month. The gameplay will be expanded by introducing a new playstyle, which will allow players to choose whether to focus on the speed or the power of their character.

The developers of Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem have announced that their next content update will be released in mid-Autumn this year, and the team is seeking player input on playstyles that they want in the game. We have previously released a poll in our forums that garnered a few interesting results, but there are many other playstyles that are still not represented. So, this time round, the team has decided to open up the options to the community to make their voices heard.


The developers of the ARPG Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem set out some endgame-focused new ideas for the game’s future last month, but they didn’t commit to any firm release dates. Wolcen Studio has started to narrow down a launch timeframe for the game’s next content update as of this month’s dev report.

The game’s next content patch was supposed to come out in September or October, however that date has been pushed out to late October or early November. According to the article, this will give the developers more time to evaluate player input on summons and refine the patch’s range of planned endgame features. In the interim, bug fixes are expected to be released on a regular basis.

The article then asks players to offer their views on what they perceive to be unusual or entertaining character builds on the game’s Discord channel, as the developers are currently exploring methods to include some creative or unique builds into the game. “Wolcen’s main aim has always been to develop a game where players may construct whatever type of hero they want,” the post says.


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