How to reset the skill tree in Wolcen

Built yourself badly? We can teach you how to reset the skill tree in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem.

Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem has a ludicrously complex Gates of Fate skill tree that branches out in all kinds of directions. With so many skills to play with, it’s easy to make mistakes. If you’ve gone down a wrong path or want to try a new build, it’s worth learning how to reset the Gates of Fate skill tree. Doing so will allow you to start afresh, picking your skills in a better path once you’re experienced with the game. Keen? Here’s how to reset the skill tree in Wolcen.

How to reset the skill tree in Wolcen

How to reset skill tree in Wolcen Lords of Mayhem
 
© Wolcen Studio

You can reset the skill tree in Wolcen from the Character Menu, rather than the skill tree menu itself. Look at the bottom right of the Character Menu and you should see the option to reset your passive skill tree. Be warned that this will cost Primordial Affinity and — as you’d expect — will reset all your passive skills in the Gates of Fate menu. 

Resetting your skill tree isn’t free. It’ll cost you 100 Primordial Affinity per level (here's how to get it, if you're not sure), though we're not sure if this scales all the way up to 9000 for the max level of 90 

  • Open the Character Menu (press C)
  • Click the reset passive skill tree button in the bottom right
  • Pay Primordial Affinity
How to reset your skill tree in Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem guide
 
© Wolcen Studio

As well as being able to reset the skill tree for passive abilities, you can pay gold for a status reset as well. Much like the passive skill tree, it’ll cost you 100 gold per level, so don’t go resetting your status or passive skill tree all the time. Also, make sure you’re resetting the correct one!

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Now that you know how to reset the skill tree in Wolcen you’re free to tinker with your character's Gates of Fate path to your heart’s content. After more tips and tricks? We can also teach you how to save and how to play with friends in Wolcen.

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