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It seems that the biggest game of the year is also affecting other games, as Cyberpunk 2077 was recently delayed a third time, pushing the new release date back to December. Consequently, Path of Exile’s next expansion has also been delayed until January 2021 in order to not clash with Cyberpunk’s new launch date.
Path of Exile, the free-to-play, online Action RPG is getting a new dose of DLC that’s coming in March. The new expansion, Delirium, will see players fighting against the very nightmares they fear… The announcement (and by the way that’s a new sentence, I don’t mean people fear the actual announcement. It was a terrible place to put an ellipsis I know) comes with a new trailer which you can watch below to get a sense of what’s to come…
Blizzard just cannot catch a break right now. No sooner have they announced Path of Exile 2.
Striking while the iron is hot, and Diablo Immortal is still soiling the expectations of Diablo Fans, Grinding Gear Games has revealed Synthesis, the next large-scale expansion for free-to-play action-RPG, Path of Exile.
Calling all fans of free stuff - Grinding Gear Games has announced the next large scale expansion will be coming to Path of Exile on September 2nd. Atlas of Worlds expands on the end-game on offer for long-time players, integrating 30 new in-game maps and adding 19 new bosses to conquer.
Just four months after the release of Path of Exile, the game's first mini expansion is arriving any day now. The Path of Exile: Sacrifice of the Vaal expansion focuses on the events of Atziri, Queen of the Vaal. While on the ever-popular hunt for the secret to eternal youth, she naively went and brought about a cataclysmic event that brought doom and destruction for all.
If you weren't satisfied with Diablo 3, perhaps Path of Exile can feed your Hack & Slash hunger.
Path of Exile, an indie action-rpg with similarities to Diablo, raised 1.24 million dollars through crowd-funding recently.