Immortals of Aveum Echollector Update Coming November 16

Developer Ascendant Studios and EA Originals have released the Echollector Update for Immortals of Aveum.

A new endgame objective for Immortals of Aveum, this update is perfect for those that are looking for more lore and additional playable content.

After the events of the Everwar left the Path weak, chunks of the consciouscape have been scattered across Aveum, creating corrupted Shatterfanes portals that lead to undiscovered areas.

Players will follow Jak on his journey to rid Aveum of these Shatterfanes, all while stopping the malevolent forces siphoning the Path’s power. A new boss fight will make an appearance, while Shatterfanes will automatically become available upon reaching Glaivegate.

Also coming to the title is the Grand Magnus Difficulty, which presents Sandrakk’s forces in a battle for survival. Note that this difficulty mode is available as a new playthrough or with New Game+.

The game is available for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (via Steam, the Epic Games Store, and EA App). In our review of the base game on the PlayStation 5, we said that “Immortals of Aveum is a worthwhile and interesting spin on a genre that is renowned for its lack of drive and innovation.”

Source: Press Release
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