Steelrising may not be as challenging as some Soulslikes thanks to the assist mode and the modules you can use. However, if you play without the assist mode, this last game can be quite difficult. To stand a chance against the onslaught of evil automatons, Aegis will need to find and equip modules. In this guide, we will explain how they work in Steelrising.
steel rise | What are Modules?
Modules are performance modifiers that infer buffs and bonuses to Aegis for each one equipped. Some will buff their heat sinks, others will trigger health regeneration on critical hits. They must be equipped in one of the four module slots, each of which can be upgraded twice. In many cases, the Module’s effects will stack for multiple versions.
The types of modules we have found (and their effects) are listed below:
Alchemical Shield Module – Increases resistance to flame, frost, and lightning
Efficient Counter Module – Increases parry window for weapons with shields
Efficient ventilation module: reduces internal frost damage caused by rapid cooling
Reinforced Armor: Increases the overall value of armor
Unstable Essence Module – Provides a chance to retrieve an Alchemical Capsule after being shot
Frost Catalyst Module – Increases damage and frost buildup
Flame Catalyst Module – Increases damage and flame stacking
Fulmination Catalyst Module – Increases the damage and stack of Fulmination
Lightning Resistance Module – Increases lightning resistance
Frost resistance module: increases resistance to frost
Flame Resistance Module – Increases resistance to flames
Immobilize Module – Increases Immobilize Damage
Fight or Flight Module – Increases Aegis physical damage and impact when low on health
Lasting Affliction Module – Increases the duration of the alchemical affliction
Critical Repair Module – Restores health on critical hit
Longevity Module – Increases Aegis health points
Breather Module: Restores Aegis energy when you immobilize an enemy
Stun Module – Doubles the effects of immobilization on Aegis enemies
Survival Instinct Module – Adds immobilization to Aegis attacks when low on health
Will to Live Module – Increases Aegis armor and balance when low on health
Steady Charge Module – Increases balance during charge attacks
Efficient Charge Module – Increases physical damage of charged attacks
Long Infusion Module – Doubles the duration of alchemical infusions applied to weapons
Fortifying Counter Module – Restores health after a counter special move
steel rise | Where do I find the modules?
You can find Modules in various places. They are usually found on broken automata along with module keys. Some can be found in chests, on mini-bosses and defeated Titans, or purchased from Vestal Boutique.
How do I upgrade module slots?
To unlock module slots, you will need a module key. You will then need 3 for level 2 and 5 for level 3. While you can install and remove modules anywhere, you can only upgrade module slots on a Vestal.
Where do I find the module keys?
Keys can be found in many places, but most often in broken automatons or chests. On rare occasions, enemies can drop them. You can also buy a finite number at Vestal Boutique. Please note that updates are irreversible.
That’s all you need to know about installing and updating modules in Steelrising.
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