Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem developers have assured that they will fix the on-going issues plaguing the game and will develop new content only after they are done with this. Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem saw a massive influx of gamers right from the launch, this led to server crashes and multiples of bugs being discovered. The Operation: Second Dawn is the name given by the steam community.
The developers have released a statement saying that for the next quarter thier main focus will be on improving the quality of life of the game, to make sure that the players available right now have a better experience than they’re having right now. Once this is fixed, the developers will start workingon new content.
Operation: Second Dawn will be in progress as soon as early next week with patch 1.0.10 focusing completely on making sure that the gamers have a seamless experience and that no issue disrupt the experience.
As of right now, there are a total of three chapters that players can get to play in the main story, while they aren’t exactly as big as Wolcen’s competitors in the ARPG genre, the endgame features a ton of content which players can invest hundreds of hours in.
Wolcen saw around 120,000 concurrent players during it’s first week and while this is promising, the developers are focused on providing a better experience, so that current and new coming players.
Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem has certainly made a huge impact in the ARPG community and is available on PC exclusively. Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem new patch Operation Second Dawn will bring fresh new changes in the game, covering major bugs and exploits.