How to Hide Items and Change Armor Appearance in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

Debarun Joardar
Debarun Joardar

Wo Long: Lost Empire, created by Team Ninja, is set during the Three Kingdoms Period (184 A.D.). This game places you against fierce foes in a world overrun with demons. You can enlist mythical beings or divine animals to help you in the game’s bloody fights to even the chances. The game provides a range of weaponry that can be improved at the Armory in the Hidden Village, including Dual Swords, Javelins, Sabers, Bows, and more.

In a game that’s already this complicated, you might not want to have weapons blocking off how good you look with your new armor. That being said, there is an alternative to this. You can hide items and change armor appearance in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty? But how do you go about doing this? Read on to find out.

How to Hide Items in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, you might get annoyed that your bulky weaponry are continually dangling off of your cool armour, blocking it from view. Fortunately, it’s simple to conceal your firearms from sight. You only need to visit the settings tab and choose “game settings” in order to conceal certain objects on your body. 

The first three choices are all related to how visible your armour, ranged firearm, and weaponry are once you get there. You can change them so that they are all visible, only some of them are shown, or both. You are free to completely alter these options.

How to Change Armor Appearance in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

However, if you want to drastically alter your look, you should alter your armor’s appearance while maintaining its numbers. Oddly, this is not done through options; rather, it is done through a Character. Speak with Zhu Xia at the Secret Community on Mount Tianzhushan. 

You will be given the choice to “decorate” after speaking with Zhu Xia. Select that choice. You can choose the piece of armour that you want it to resemble and the armour you want to alter the looks of here. And thus after picking the strongest piece of armour, customise or rather ‘decorate’ it to make it look the most aesthetic, thus making it the strongest as well as the most beautiful piece of armor. 

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I am Debarun Joardar, a student of Computer Science and Engineering, with a huge affinity for gaming and anime alongside writing. I enjoy studying criminology, beatboxing and I am obsessed with cooking. When I am not coding or cooking, you will find me engrossed in playing FPS single players or binge-watching anime.
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