Dead Cells update 1.27 (Update 25) are now available for PS4 and Xbox One players. According to the official Dead Cells 1.27 patch notes, the latest update added Training room, Aspects – extremely strong powers, World map, and much more. Apart from this, the new Dead Cells console patch 1.27 also includes stability improvements.
Previously, a major update added the Bestiary Update added 6 enemies, 10 affixes, 3 outfits, new achievements and some balancing.
Unfortunately, many players are still facing several problems when trying to play the game online. Today’s Dead Cells patch 1.27 will fix a few of these problems.
Before you reach Prisoner’s Quarters you’ll see an entrance to a new training room where you can practise against any enemy that you’ve already faced. The mobs will start as statues (like in Slumbering Sanctuary) and re-animate only when you press the button at the entrance of the room.
We’ve even given you presets that reflect the bestiary of each biome to make your life easier, because we’re just that kind.
You can also train against all the bosses in their own environment, just go through one of the doors at the back of the main room to train against the big guns.
Weapon tubes and a training Guillain are also there to provide you with all the tools you need to train, so get cracking!
To help players reach new biomes and discover more of the game, we’re introducing the Aspects – optional super-strong buffs equippable at the start of a run that make the game a lot easier. There are a couple of catches though: you can only equip one, and you can’t unlock a new boss cell or flawless boss achievements while an Aspect is equipped, so you still need to rise to the challenge if you want to get to the next level.
Aspects provide a specific buff, centered around a core synergy element such as fire damage or speed boosting. The update features 13 Aspects and new ones could be added in the future, if we manage to have any more ideas that is…
Probably the most self-explanatory part of this update, the world map features all the biomes you’ve already discovered and displays the connections between each level, but again only the ones that you’ve seen will be displayed. You can find it in the map screen of your current biome.