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Lost Ark fixes Feiton Powerpass bug and other bugs and prepares backend for May content update

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This week’s maintenance patch for Lost Ark focuses on fixes that we can see, but also on a number of backend changes that increased the required downtime. Now that the patch is live, there are a few fixes and changes to watch out for. A fix has closed an exploit, and Amazon is also warning those trying to access it Lost Ark via VPN.

This update is a step that will eventually lead to the big May content update, to be released no later than the third week of the month. As for practical fixes, there were issues with the Feiton Powerpass where some saw it could not be used without completing certain quests from previous continents. This was a bug and access works as long as you have completed the Will quest.

Those looking to add more characters to their rosters will now have an easier time, with a fix for a bug that prevented players from unlocking all available character slots. This change ensures that unlocking a character slot does not reduce the number of purchases remaining to unlock future slots. Now that there are live progression bonuses, this should help players looking to branch out, maybe into a new class.

Recently some players reported that they were getting error 10010 and the team fixed this saying they blocked access via VPN to fight against bots. This is a security measure they hope will keep bots out of the game by making it harder to connect. Those who may have encountered the error may be legitimate players wrapped in security measures, but they also warn that using a VPN is against their terms of service. However, the team will not penalize anyone who previously accessed the game via VPN.

For more information about the update, see the notes below Lost Ark.

https://www.mmorpg.com/news/lost-ark-fixes-feiton-powerpass-error-and-other-bugs-and-prepares-the-backend-for-may-content-update-2000124950 Lost Ark fixes Feiton Powerpass bug and other bugs and prepares backend for May content update

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