A Lies of P easy mode would make the game more fun for some.
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Is there a Lies of P easy mode?

Are Soulslikes fun because of their difficulty?

Many Soulslike games can be a turn-off for some players, so a Lies of P easy mode would make the game far more accessible to a wider audience. There are all manner of tough bosses that block your way to success.

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You’ll also need to make sure you upgrade your weapons constantly to match each enemy’s strength. Here’s everything we know about a Lies of P easy mode.

Can you turn on a Lies of P easy mode
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Can you turn on a Lies of P easy mode?

At the time of writing, no Lies of P easy mode is implemented into the game. There’s only one difficulty that the developers have intended for. It’s similar to how the Dark Souls series and Elden Ring works.

What can make games like this less challenging, is the inclusion of a multiplayer mode, but that too is absent in Lies of P.

Is there any way to make the game easier?

There are multiple ways to make Lies of P easier for yourself. First, you can upgrade your weapons with the use of Hidden Moonstones and Ergo which you can find around the world. You can spot the former in chests.

Secondly, there are a few ways to make the game more accessible, controls-wise. Go to the Settings menu and then under the first tab “Gameplay,” you’ll find the Adjust Attack Direction mode section. This will adjust your attack’s direction towards the nearest target automatically. You can also turn the auto lock on, so it switches to another target instantly when one dies. I have both turned on.

Lastly, there are items you can acquire that can change the element of your weapon strikes. Speak to the Wandering Merchant and he’ll sell you Electric Blitz Abrasive. This can imbue your weapon with electricity for a short time, adding more damage to your strikes. You can also gain resistance to Overheat, Electric Shock, Decay, and Corruption for a short time with the Attribute Resistance Ampoules that he sells.

Attribute Resistance Ampoules also drop on the ground from common foes. Good luck and hopefully the game won’t be as hard as Dark Souls for you.

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