The Path of Exile team may still be languishing in the holiday doldrums a bit, but they're not going to leave the community bereft of fun things to see. In case you have almost any issues about where by in addition to the best way to work with POE Currency Trading, you possibly can email us on our own page. In a new article on the game's site, Grinding Gear provides trailers from the era spanning 2015-2016 and the expansions from The Awakening to The Breach. If you're a fan of the game and love to see how it's progressed over the years, this is definitely a must-see.

Now that Betrayal has been out for nearly a month, it's time to discuss a pressing power-creep issue: Delve League is overpowered. Now that it is a permanent addition to Path of Exile, it is time we address the fact that delving is strictly stronger than any other method of leveling, and is also an excellent way to gain currency. In fact, there really isn't a huge downside to it.

Path of Exile, which just launched its Betrayal update to a massive reception, remains one of the best free-to-play games around. Steven covered the update in detail back in November it was described as "one of the biggest changes to Path of Exile since The Fall of Oriath added six new story chapters". Next week you'll be able to pay to run private leagues in Path of Exile and add mods to make the game absurdly hard. 

The PS4 version of Path of Exile, which was initially set to launch next month, has had its release date pushed back. Path of Exile developer Grinding Gear only just announced the PS4 version earlier this month. The release date was supposed to be around the launch of the game's big 3.5.0 expansion which hits PC on December 7.

Delve launches on PC August 31 in an infinite dungeon, an adventuring complex without end. You roll up a new character and head into the Azurite Mine, and as you explore, you find that the darkness is full of dangers. But if you stick with your trusty bulldozer-like Crawler, which shines a light to penetrate the dark veil, you're safe. But hanging out beyond the glow of your rolling companion are treasures beyond compare so you can also use some flares to extend the protection and to unveil the new Azurite resource.

Path of Exile has been rated for the PS4 by the Taiwan Entertainment Software Association, strongly hinting at an impending release on the platform. The ARPG came to Xbox One first with an August 2017 release, and I'd be surprise if it didn't launch on PS4 by year's end. This isn't the first time the TESA prematurely broke news like this; the ratings board did the same with Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice on Xbox One earlier this year. The developers have yet to make an official confirmation.

The free to play Action RPG by Grinding Gear Games, Path of Exile is most often compared to the Diablo series, and benefited on launch from the situation read: disaster, mess, and however else you want to describe it)around Diablo 3's launch.