Citing community feedback on some of the hardships Lost beer kegGame content is over, the team has announced some tweaks on the way to some raids and dungeons. The changes will come in the next update and affect T1 and T2 content.
The raids affected by the change will be as follows: Vertus, Nacrasena, Flame Fox Yoho, Tytalos, Achates, and Alberhastic. And dungeons that will be a bit easier and more fun to complete will be: Origins of the Necromancer, The Twisted Great Hall of the Lords, Hilderbrandt Palace, and the Sea of Laziness.
According to the announcement regarding the changes, the response was mainly to look for some content that was more like the tagline than it should be. So the team really wanted to still have these features as challenging but fun content as well. Players feel like they’re boring instead of fun and rewarding, and so adjusting the difficulty down a notch is decisive.
The changes will come with the next Lost Ark update, and full details on how each raid or dungeon has been changed will be included in the patch notes when they’re released on Thursday.
There are signs that the number of players is growing and still adventuring in Lost Ark. With recent work resolving issues with servers and populations in the European Union, there is no news that they have reopened the Mari server after a period of downtime in the US West. Mari is one of those servers that is fully marked after the initial population growth. This means that players are not allowed to create characters on certain servers and they have been closed to join or start playing with their friends on a new character. There’s no word yet on when or when a server switch will come to the game.
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https://www.mmorpg.com/news/lost-ark-will-tweak-difficulty-of-several-raids-and-dungeons-after-player-feedback-2000124440 Lost Ark will adjust the difficulty of some raids and dungeons after player feedback