Path of Exile Summary
Grinding Gear Games has announced that, the biggest expansion yet for its free-to-play hack and slasher Path of Exile, will be released on Friday, July 10, after a relatively brief Beta testing period.
The expansion adds an Act Four storyline, wrapping up the game's main plot, as well as "new areas, monsters, six boss fights, five previously unannounced skills, 13 end-game maps, two challenge leagues and a climactic multi-stage encounter with Path of Exile's new end boss!" Crikey, that should keep you occupied for a while.
has several Supporter Packs for its upcoming expansion Path of Exile: The Awakening, offering various bits and pieces of extra content, plus access to the forthcoming closed beta.
The studio raised $2.5 million through Supporter Packs for Path of Exile itself, so it's no surprise to see them brought back. They range from the reasonable ($30), to the insane ($1,100), with the most expensive 'Highgate' tier offering you the chance to design a Divination Card.
Closed beta testing for Path of Exile's next expansion, The Awakening will begin within seven days, according to a countdown timer on the official website.
Developerhas that they'll be starting with a smaller beta population, and will then gradually ramp it up over a six week period. So don't worry too much if you're not in the initial batch of testers.
Grinding Gear has updated its gory hack and slasher Path of Exile with Content Update 1.3.0, a PVP-focused update that adds two new, competitive tournaments, PVP-only characters and more.
The studio has also set up a new, and you can head there to see some of the development team taking the new PVP content for a spin.
Path of Exile is shortly to receive two new Challenge Leagues, which will bump up the difficulty of combat and offer impressive new bits of loot.
We've already seen the firstin action, but here's what the ghostly Torment league looks like in-game.