Ultimatum, the latest expansion for Path of Exile, is just a few days away from releasing on PC on April 16. But ahead of its release, the team over at Grinding Gear Games have outlined some balance changes they want to introduce.
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.
It looks like Patch 3.13.2 for Path of Exile will not go live this week as originally planned due to an issue uncovered by the team.
Grinding Gear Games have released a preview for Path of Exile patch 3.13.2 aiming to improve some performance ahead of 3.14 expansion.
Grinding Gear Games, the developers behind ARPG Path of Exile, announced earlier that a live stream is on the way for April 8 featuring new details for Path of Exile 2.
Grinding Gear Games, developers of Path of Exile, have outlined what's next in their Heist league.
Grinding Gear Games has previewed some Path of Exile skill balances ahead of Heist's launch on September 18.
A new patch for Path of Exile is set to address several technical changes to the game ahead of the 3.12 Heist League.
Path of Exile's Grinding Gear Games is teaming up with community streamer Zizaran this month to host a boss-kill event. If you can kill The Awakener, you can win a cash prize.
Path of Exile will make its Epic Games Store debut once their 3.12 expansion launches in September on PC.
Remember Path of Exile's patch 3.11.1f which was supposed to go live this week? It looks like it received some last minute improvements.
Quelling bugs is the main focus of Path of Exile's latest patch 3.11.1f set to arrive sometime later this week.
Grinding Gear Games have given us a glimpse into what we can expect from them and Path of Exile for the remainder of 2020.