Path of Exile's ExileCon is returning, with the upcoming convention announced to be taking place in July of 2023. The convention, which will be held in Auckland, New Zealand, will have playable demos of both Path of Exile 2 and Path of Exile Mobile.
ExileCon 2019 saw the announcement of both Path of Exile 2 and Path of Exile Mobile, though we haven't heard much about either since their initial reveals, due in part to the Pandemic that shut down the world just a few months later. But ExileCon is back, announced today during today's Path of Exile Lake of Kalandra stream.
?ExileCon 2023 ????At this event, we'll announce everything you need to know about Path of Exile 2 and Path of Exile Mobile alongside their beta dates. Attendees will get to play them, meet developers and more! ???Tickets go on sale in two weeks pic.twitter.com/Bh8RBV8VvQ— Path of Exile (@pathofexile) August 11, 2022
The event will take place in Auckland, New Zealand on July 29th and 30th, and will give players a chance to go hands on with the upcoming release. The announcement today didn't reveal any more information about Path of Exile 2, but you can bet that the event will have a ton more details, including gameplay, classes, and the much anticipated beta start date announcement.
You can start buying tickets on August 25th on the official website. We had a chance to go hands on with Path of Exile 2 and Path of Exile Mobile back at ExileCon 2019, the latter of which really surprised me when I played the port. Also, Kevin was able to chat with Chris Wilson about the upcoming Lake of Kalandra expansion hitting later this month.