The Latest Update of the Path of Exile

Path of Exile was released October 23, 2013 year, and certainly since that time a lot has changed in him. It was not given to me, but to experience it, because his adventure with the game began a few months ago from the beta on Xbox One , that after the transfer to the desktop version. I spent a total of diablopodobnym work studio Grinding Gear Games tens of hours, and its discovery until four years after the premiere turned out to be real pleasure.


In the past few days, we are discussing the War for the Atlas.The Path of Exile is an action game and the economy in Path of Exile is different from other MMORPGs. You do not need gold to buy things, but you can exchange the items in PoE Currency. Even though War for the Atlas, the upcoming expansion for Path of Exile is scheduled for a December 8 release, it appears the studio behind the Action-RPG, Grinding Gear Games, is already prepping the ground work for the expansion.

A new update for Path of Exile is now available on the PC platform. While the changelog, which you can view below, is rather small, it should be noted that the rather large patch file is to ensure the Path Of Exile player base won’t have to download large files come December 8.

3.0.3b change log

Fixed various issues with Templar armour visuals introduced in 3.0.3.

Fixed various visual issues with War for the Atlas supporter pack portals.

Fixed sizing issues with War for the Atlas portrait frames when viewed in 4k resolution.

Fixed clipping issues with the Seeker Cloak.

Fixed a client crash with the low mana tutorial.

New patch aside, the past few days for Grinding Gear Games has also been quite busy, as they’ve been showcasing some of the new content that will go live once War for the Atlas is available. The studio is showcasing a new boss that can be found in act 9, Shakari ,and revealing numerous changes to corpse skills.

Expect more news regarding Path of Exile soon. I will keep updating,as details of the Abyss league is set to be revealed sometime this week, read more