Wayfinder: Expeditions Explained

Choose your path, control the chaos!

Whether you’re in the market for a good RPG game or simply wish to pass the time while being reminded of games like, WoW, Destiny 2, Dark Souls, or even Elder Scrolls Online of all things, then your next destination is bound to be Wayfinder.

The pacing is much faster compared to your standard MMO but you still become one with the grind as dungeon crawling makes its presence known once more. The game is still a work in progress and new mechanics are still being introduced.

Mechanics like Expeditions, not everyone has a clear picture of what the gameplay loop is going to be like so here’s us filling you in on what you want to know!

Expeditions Explained – Wayfinder

Expeditions are basically instanced dungeons, so if you appreciate the notion of grinding in peace and progressing the story with people you enjoy playing with then this is exactly what you’re looking for!

You’ll be visiting these places to do your daily chores where you farm bosses and progress whatever story the game currently has, these Expeditions are what the game calls “Lost Zones”, you’ve definitely heard of these words somewhere out there before.

The maximum party size for these Lost Zones is set to three, naturally, you can solo the Expedition if you’re hurting for some good loot. It’s also been said that these dungeons are going to be procedurally generated, a standard design nowadays to keep players on their toes.

To access an Expedition you will have to use the Gloomsphere, you can access this place in the town of Skylight.

You have to discover and progress through each expedition to unlock the next one, exploration is your friend if you ever want to find the entrance for the first time.

Each expedition will recommend a power rating as well to let you know whether you’re good enough to progress through it or if you should tone it down a notch and grind a little bit more outside.

Imbuements will also make their presence known as you complete your first set of Expeditions, you can add them before heading in to increase the hazards that you will encounter once you step in, but this will only be available if you make enough progress with the main story.

One more thing to look out for is Hunts, these are boss fights that you can access by getting keys called Gloomtrace from any Echo Matrix station, as long as you have the materials needed to make them.

Right now this is the info that’s made available for what’s currently in store for Wayfinder, thanks to BLDG for letting us in on the deets! If you want more information you can check out their video here: Wayfinder Expeditions Explained – YouTube

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