Lost Ark: developers will intervene on the endgame

Lost Ark: developers will intervene on the endgame

Lost Ark

After the launch of Lost Ark we have already talked a lot about the new MMORPG from Smilegate and Amazon. The title has hit the mark since its first days of life, managing to score record numbers on Steam. Several weeks have passed since day one, and the development team has already intervened several times to reassure players about the resolution of some problems. Now, it seems that the studio has returned to talk about another element that has bothered the many players.

This time we talk about the Lost Ark endgame, defined by many fans as a part of the game that is particularly tedious and not very funny at the moment. Starting from this assumption, both Smilegate RPG and Amazon Game Studios have decided to take the word to make players participate in the internal choices that will be taken from here in the next few days to fix their new flagship MMORPG.

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This is what was recently stated by the developers of Lost Ark. The team also pointed out how these changes should come with the release of the next weekly patch, but more information will follow in the coming days.

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Lost Ark to Update Endgame Difficulty

The popular free-to-play video game Lost Ark is going to adjust the difficulty of a bunch of endgame content, Amazon Games and Smilegate RPG announced this week. The exact details of what that looks like have not been revealed as of yet, but the expectation is that whatever changes that are in store will take place during the video game's weekly update and therefore have official patch notes associated with them.

'Difficulty is a hot topic when it comes to Lost Ark's endgame content,' a forum post from Lost Ark community manager Roxx reads in part, 'and we've seen a lot of feedback around specific raids and dungeons that have left players feeling like they are more tedious than fun.'

Whatever updates are set for the Lost Ark endgame content, the following Guardian Raids and Abyss Dungeons are definitely going to see some kind of changes:

Guardian Raids

  • Vertus
  • Nacrasena
  • Flame Fox Yoho
  • Tytalos
  • Achates
  • Alberhastic
  • Abyss Dungeons

  • Necromancer's Origin
  • Hall of the twisted Warlord
  • Hilderbrandt Palace
  • Sea of Indolence
  • The seemingly most important part of the forum post is the admission that a significant number of players appear to consider Lost Ark's endgame content 'more tedious than fun.' Given that one of the main goals in any large-scale multiplayer video game like this is getting to and then experiencing the endgame content, it being considered tedious is a big problem. Rather than sticking around for a tedious endgame, it might encourage those players to spend their time elsewhere. So it's not shocking that Lost Ark would want to update itself in order to appeal more to them.

    As noted above, Lost Ark is set to update the aforementioned endgame content with its upcoming weekly update. The video game more generally is officially available for PC via Steam as a free-to-play title. You can check out all of our previous coverage of Lost Ark right here.

    What do you think about Lost Ark so far? Are you interested to see what sort of changes are being made to the endgame content? Let us know in the comments, or feel free to reach out and hit me up directly over on Twitter at @rollinbishop to talk about all things gaming!

    [H/T PCGamesN]