Path of Exile, completely free action role-playing game. This is a name that many gamers pay attention when the developer has just announced the existence of part 2.
Grinding Gears Games has officially developed a sequel to this free-to-play role-playing game. Path of Exile 2 will bring a whole new campaign play, new character classes to control. And the final game content was remade, optimized based on feedback from the enthusiastic community of part 1.
However, Path of Exile 2 is definitely a long way from being launched. It’s a bit strange to compare, but the announcement of Path of Exile 2 has quite a lot of similarities with the announcement of Diablo 4.
When they were both launched at a fan convergence event from their developer, and both took at least a year or two to debut. It can be seen that almost the two of them followed each other with the intention to bring a wave of role-playing games. That’s new action to make people focus on this genre again.
Path of Exile 2 was announced during the ExileCon event, so it is truly an action RPG that fans can look forward to. The announcement comes with a trailer, with in-game images, and a sequel to gameplay lasting 14 minutes.
The game’s improvement was immediately shown, showing that Path of Exile 2 was built on a significantly overhauled engine. Also, the interesting thing about Path of Exil 2 is that the approach is somewhat similar to its Overwatch 2.
From here, there will be a fusion of different character classes between the two campaign play pieces, leading to newly shared Ascendencies. It is an interesting idea to add variety of content to Path of Exile 2. Although it also limits it from experimenting with many new things.
But as mentioned above, Path of Exile 2 is far from being released. Grinding Gear Games has confirmed that it will share more information on the game development process at least next year.