Hades 2 gets a second patch that improves many aspects of the game, including Daedalus Hammer and more

Hades 2 gets a second patch that improves many aspects of the game including Daedalus Hammer and more

Hades 2 gets a second patch that improves many aspects of the game including Daedalus Hammer and more

Hades 2 receives its second major patch in this Early Access period, with a fix-only update that improves numerous aspects of the game.

Hades 2 continues its evolution path, which still promises to be long considering that it is still an early access game, receiving the second patch in these hours, containing numerous improvements to various aspects of the game, including many changes to the Daedalus Hammer.

In this case, the update does not bring with it new content but a considerable amount of various adjustments and improvements that touch numerous areas of Hades 2, correcting bugs and problems and fixing many other things, with a view to optimization that will continue for several more months.

As we have seen, in fact, the definitive version of Hades 2 is still quite far away and Supergiant has planned to keep the game in early access for several more months, at least until the end of the year, thus allowing a large time window in which to operate improvements and, effectively, conclude development.

Changes especially to the balance

Even the first patch , in fact, had purely technical characteristics, and so this patch 2 also aims to adjust various elements “under the hood”.

Hades 2 gets a second patch that improves many aspects of the game including Daedalus Hammer and more

The protagonist of Hades 2
The protagonist of Hades 2

You can find the official patch notes at the link given as the source of the news.

Among the most visible changes is the removal of the Marauder Wallop in favor of the staff upgrade called Rapid Thrasher, which allows for faster attacks, as well as various other changes.

In terms of balance , Supergiant has made some adjustments to the overall difficulty level of the game, but focusing in particular on some specific points, such as Trial of Heartache and Trail of Haste, which now appear slightly less selective.

Some bosses have also been modified in the general desire to make the game more “fair” towards the players, also based on the feedback collected in this early access period. Another new feature is also the possibility of meeting an additional Olympian deity every night, and some changes to the interface.

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