Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem

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8 / 10.0
Feb 29, 2020

For now Wolcen is a solid ARPG, but it can be even greater. The question is: will Wolcen Studio take that opportunity?

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Feb 20, 2020

There may never have been so promising a game so completely destroyed by launch bugs as Wolcen.

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6.5 / 10.0
May 15, 2020

Wolcen is a decent action RPG with a few issues that hold it back from greatness.

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79 / 100
Mar 8, 2020

Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem nearly turned out as the game I expected. I love my freedom in developing and mastering my own character. Boss fights are epic and the world generally good. There are bugs, however, that shouldn't be in the game. Difficulty ranges from far too easy to too hard in comparison - the boss fights are good but you're not prepared after many too easy passages. I had a lot of fun with Wolcen and think it's a good game. When the developers hold their word, it could turn out great in the future.

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78 / 100
Mar 5, 2020

After a somewhat bumpy start and some patches that were quickly pushed in, Wolcen finally seems to be running steadily. Our first impression of having a Diablo clone in front of us has hardened due to the background story with gods and demons, but visually as well as roleplaying technology, the title offers significantly more depth of detail. The free character development makes it easy to experiment with different classes, especially since no decision has to be final.

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Unscored
Feb 26, 2020

All in all, as a Diablo fan you really can't go wrong with Wolcen. Yes, the game still has its quirks and the online mode also has to settle down a bit. But it looks beautiful and both the skill system and the fights know how to please. And for a price of around 30 euros you have a lot for your money. So despite the problems, I can only recommend Wolcen - Lords of Mayhem.

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75 / 100
Feb 20, 2020

Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem's lack of polish detracts from the great hack-and-slash ARPG found at its core.

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