Crowfall Details Passive Powers Via Discipline System

Crowfall recently had a major update that added, among many other things, the Discipline System. Now the team is up for explaining this new system, starting with Passive Powers....
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Crowfall recently had a major update that added, among many other things, the Discipline System. Now the team is up for explaining this new system, starting with Passive Powers. What are Passive Powers? Well, they’re a special group of abilities that’ll actually activate based on certain circumstances or special actions being taken in the game. They can be all manner of abilities, which makes them valuable to anyone looking forward to playing Crowfall.

For example, one Passive Power could involve healing, but it’ll only work when standing still. Thus, the moment you stand still, you’re healing! How convenient is that? And all of these powers are like that, you don’t need to press a button per se, you just need to do a certain task and it happens.

Now, the Crowfall team notes that though these abilities are epic, you can’t just stack on an infinite number of them, as that’ll make you too powerful. Thus, you’ll have a limit as to how many Passive Powers you have. You’ll have the chance to have up to 3 at one time, so be careful what you choose, or, just mix-and-match them in order to see what are the best combinations of these Passive Powers. You might find one that is very beneficial to your playstyle.

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To equip these powers, you’ll simply need to press the “K” button. It’ll bring up a screen that shows off all the Passive Powers you have. These powers are derived from what your character is race wise, as well as the class they are, and the Disciplines they have acquired during their time in Crowfall.

The Passive Powers certainly will be interesting, but what about Crowfall are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below.

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