Lost Ark Feiton Powerpass, How to Get & Activate

If you want to know how to get and activate the Lost Ark Feiton Powerpass, we’ve got you covered. The new Powerpass, like the old Vern one, lets you instantly level a new character up significantly. Of course, you first have to earn it, and we’ll explain how to do that in this guide. We’ll also tell you how to use the Feiton Powerpass once you do obtain it. Let’s begin.

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Lost Ark Feiton Powerpass, How to Get & Activate

How to Get & Activate Feiton Powerpass in Lost Ark

To get and activate the Feiton Powerpass in Lost Ark, the first thing you need to do is complete the Feiton portion of the storyline with any character. This info comes straight from Community Manager Foxx over on the Lost Ark forum, so you know it’s legit. The main story quest in Feiton is called “Will” so I assume that’s what they mean. Once you’ve done that, you’ll get the Feiton Powerpass in that character’s in-game mail. If you’ve already completed the necessary quest with any of your characters, you just need to log into that character, and you should receive the Powerpass via the inbox. Don’t worry, you don’t need to do the Feiton story quest over again or anything like that.

So, that’s how you get the Lost Ark Feiton Powerpass, but how do you activate it? Well, you just need to start a new character. At that point, you’ll be able to use the token from the Powerpass to instantly level that character up. By that, I mean you’ll get gear that’s level 960. That’s an enormous leg-up that lets you basically skip over a large portion of the game. You can wait and use the Powerpass on one of the upcoming classes, like the Lancemaster or the Destroyer, or you can just select one that already exists and have wanted to play as. Whatever the case may be, make sure that you really, really want to use it on that class, lest you end up wasting the Powerpass.

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