The Lies of P Chapter List shows how many levels the player must battle through in this fairy tale Soulslike.
As the unnamed protagonist based on Pinocchio, the player will have to travel through the devastated city of Krat after a robot uprising.
The player must fight through streets, factories, slums, swamps, and more to reach the truth of the Puppet Frenzy.
Lies of P Chapter List
Lies of P divides its game into eleven Chapters. Each chapter consists of one or more sublocations in the city of Krat or its surrounding areas. Further, each chapter climaxes with one or more boss fights.
The full list is as follows:
- 1) Krat Central Station
- 2) Elysion Boulevard / Krat City Hall
- 3) Venigni Works
- 4) St. Frangelico Cathedral
- 5) Malum District
- 6) Rosa Isabelle Street / Estella Opera House
- 7) Lorenzini Arcade / Grand Exhibition
- 8) Barren Swamp
- 9) Collapsing Krat
- 10) Relic of Trismegistus
- 11) Black Seaside / Arche Abbey
Is Lies of P difficult?
Lies of P is fairly obvious in its inspirations. The characters, plot, world and themes come from The Adventures of Pinocchio, the famous 1883 children’s book by Italian author Carlo Collodi.
Meanwhile, its gameplay draws immediate comparisons to the works of From Software, the originator and exemplar of the Soulslike genre. Specifically, the gothic urban environments of Lies of P will immediately bring to mind 2014’s Bloodborne.
In practice, the gameplay is reminiscent of FromSoft’s 2017 ninja game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Like in Sekiro, the player will need to focus heavily on parrying melee combat to wear down an opponent’s posture.
Additionally, the Lies of P player will, like Sekiro‘s protagonist Wolf, gain access to a prosthetic left arm which can be outfitted with useful tools and gadgets, including a grappling hook.
This means that Lies of P draws a lot of its gameplay pedigree from two of From Software’s most difficult games.
Luckily, new players should not despair: while still tough as nails, Lies of P is not unsurmountable to the same degree as the infamously difficult Sekiro.
There are many quality-of-life improvements, tutorials, and safety net mechanics to aid players in Lies of P. In particular, the levels are generally quite well-paced so that players are never too far away from the checkpoints.
While definitely challenging, for the most part Lies of P should be on the doable side for most players.
The main exception will be some of the boss fights, which can get downright brutal on par with some of the hardest from the FromSoft catalogue.
To get an idea of which are the hardest bosses, check out this ranking which lists all of the bosses in Lies of P.