Does Lies of P Have Selectable Difficulties? – Answered

Can you select the way you'd like to play in Lies of P?

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Jumping into a new Souls-like can be daunting, especially if it’s the debut effort of a new IP. In Lies of P, you’ll take control of Pinocchio as you navigate a tale as old as time. Speaking of being as old as time, will you be able to adjust the difficulty to ensure that you can see the end of this one, or are you strapped into a pre-determined difficulty level that will push your skills and reflexes to new levels?

Can You Choose Your Difficulty Level in Lies of P?

Lies of P Paths Selection
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While there is not a traditional difficulty slider, you’ll have a slight chance to change the pace in your direction. At the start of the game, you’ll have the ability to select your preferred Path, which can fundamentally change how the game is played. Don’t get us wrong; Lies of P is still brutally difficult. This will just give you a chance to adjust your playstyle and character to the way that you would prefer.

As you progress through the game, you can collect Ergo, used to spec up your character and prepare them for the battles ahead of you. If you’ve made some mistakes along the way in your journey, you’ll need to know how to repec Pinocchio in this gothic reimagining of the classic fairy tale.

From the massive foes that want to bring you down a peg or two to learning more about the world around you and whether it’s fully explorable or not, there are countless questions you may have about this new Souls-like game. Be sure to check out our Lies of P section below to get plenty of tips and tricks to help you survive this brutally difficult adventure so you can learn more about this new hero and the trials he must face before reaching the end of the game.

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