Path of Exile
Grinding Gear Games has released the latest expansion for free-to-play action RPG Path of Exile. The expansion titled Delve, features the games first infinite dungeon. You read that right, infinite! The Azurite mine will be filled with treasure, upgrades, valuable ore, and of course, enemies. As players explore deeper into the Azurite Mine, the encounters become harder, with exotic creatures and challenges that are more difficult than any that have been experienced in Path of Exile before.
“Delve is a unique expansion for Path of Exile because it takes player progression far beyond anything we had previously experimented with… We are really excited to see how players react to some of the surprises that we have buried deep underground in Delve.”
– Chris Wilson, co-founder of Grinding Gear Games.
Path of Praise
Path of Exile was first released in 2013 on PC and has since expanded to Xbox One. The game was named by GameSpot as Best PC Game of 2013, as well as recently featuring on PC Gamer’s Top 100 PC Games of All Time list. Path of Exiles most recent expansion, The Fall of Oriath, was named in the top 50 games of 2017 by Game Informer Magazine. The Path of Exile community now stands at over 20 million players, and will no doubt continue to grow. Key features of Path of Exile include:
- Download and play for free, but never pay-to-win
- A dark and deep action RPG
- Unlimited character combinations with the game’s gigantic skill tree
- Combine skill gems to create unique combat strategies
- Explore a dark and gritty world rendered from a fixed 3D perspective
- Explore randomly generated levels for nearly infinite replayability
- Craft weapons, magic items and even end-game maps to become more powerful
- Cooperate or compete with thousands of other Exiles in a persistent online world
- Ascend online ladders in every game mode
This is one of those games, not unlike our recently featured World of Warships, that we can’t help recommending. It’s completely free, so for the cost of a download, why not check it out? You may like it, you may even love it, or, you may curse GamEir for wasting your bandwidth. Honestly, we’re happy with any of those outcomes. You can find out more about the base game, and its expansions at the links below, or check out the boss trailer afterward.