In a new stream today, Grinding Gear Games gave a showcase of the work it's made on the upcoming sequel to its award-winning ARPG, Path of Exile 2. First shown off at Exilecon in 2019, this new trailer and gameplay reveal gives player more of an idea of what to expect when the sequel drops next year.
For a beginning player, the first few hours of Path of Exile can be confusing. To anyone who has played an action role-playing game in the last twenty years, much of what developer Grinding Gear Games has put together will look familiar. Looks can be deceiving, though, and it doesn't take long to realize that GGG has put a lot of hard work into bringing a unique experience for anyone courageous enough to give Path of Exile a try.
Grinding Gear Games has touted over 265K concurrent players at launch for their latest Path of Exile: Echoes of the Atlas expansion. This cemented the game as their most successful expansion to date, and pushed POE to the 4th most popular game on steam during launch.
Echoes of the Atlas is a major update to the end-game of Path of Exile. The addition of the new challenge league is something that veteran players will certainly enjoy. Aaron stepped into the game to check out the latest league update for Path of Exile. Here are his thoughts.
In a livestream today on Twitch, New Zealand-based developer Grinding Gear Games announced Path of Exile's next expansion, Echoes of the Atlas. The new content is releasing rather quickly, coming to PC next week on the 15th, while console players will be waiting till the 20th.
Grinding Gear Games wants to wish Path of Exile players a Merry Christmas and a very Happy Holidays with a free Twilight Mystery Box, which will be available to all players on PC, PS4 and Xbox One until January 8th.
Grinding Gear Games is giving Exiles something to celebrate, not once, or twice but thrice over this December. Path of Exiles players can expect to take part in three separate events to close out this year, starting on December 4th.
In a recent forum post by the Path of Exile team, Grinding Gear Games talks about the next expansion, and how development differs from previous expansions. The post outlines the hardships the team has gone through, and the hardships that continue to challenge them as they aim to release their next expansion in December. 23
With the massive popularity that Path of Exile has seen over the years, and the announcement of Heist, Chris Wilson from Grinding Gear Games has been making some rounds to answer questions for fans. In a thread on the official forum, a second FAQ was posted, but in addition, and possibly even more important, an Ask Me Anything post on reddit had an overwhelming response.
On September 18, 2020, Grinding Gear Games will release one of the largest League updates for Path of Exile, ever. So large, we cannot fit all the information in just one article. Welcome to a new way of playing PoE with the Heist League!
Grinding Gear Games has released its latest league for Path of Exile, titled Harvest. How does the new league fare? Join Aaron as he breaks down his time in Path of Exile: Harvest.