Wolcen Lords of Mayhem: Free Content Update Announced

At its February release, Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem wasn't exactly covered in fame. Since then, developer Wolcen Studio has made some improvements to the title over several patches. Now they announced the first free content update for the game. Chronicle I: Bloodtrail will deliver new content as well as further improvements to the gameplay. In addition, the expansion is intended to completely reset the game's economy.
Wolcen Studio writes about this:

"With Chronicle I: Bloodtrail, we also wanted to make a complete reset of the economy. Therefore, characters created before the release of the Chronicle will be moved to a separate Game Mode called Legacy, and they will not be able to interact or trade with characters created after the release of Bloodtrail. They will, however, still be able to interact or trade with the other Legacy characters. "





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Characters that existed before the update will not be able to trade with those created afterwards. The developer will reveal more information about the expansion as the release date approaches. An exact date for this is not known. Wolcan Studio only writes:

"We will soon be releasing our first Chronicle for Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem (buy now ). "

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