Path of Exile 2 arrives, not only based on the first part in its history

We also got a cozy announcer preview for the announcement, in which we can get to know the atmosphere a bit.

Path of Exile is a free action RPG that was able to provide an almost gaming experience rivaling Diablo games without being shamelessly packed with a host of microtransactions so typical of free-to-play games. At ExileConon, the developers have now announced the arrival of the sequel.

The interesting thing about Path of Exile 2 will be that it will work with the first game, so although it tells a separate story, introduces a new skill system, introduces 19 new Ascendency Classes, improves in appearance and improves the engine running during the game a bit, but the running of the entire game will culminate in Atlas Engame content common to the first game. This means that the two parts will run in parallel and there will be plenty of connection points between them. To get a little picture of the mood, the developers also made a little preview:

A 14-minute Path of Exile 2 gameplay video was also shown at the venue, which can be viewed here:

We have to wait a long time for the release, as the creators promise the Path of Exile 2 beta will launch sometime in late 2020. How do you like the concept so far?

  • Developer: Grinding Gear Games
  • Publisher: Grinding Gear Games
  • Platform: PC
  • Style: Action, Role Playing
  • Appearance: 10/23/2013

Path of Exile is a free-to-play action role-playing game from Grinding Gear Games that many refer to as a true sequel to Diablo 2.