Path of Exile: To avoid Cyberpunk 2077, the DLC has been postponed

  • The Path of Exile expansion is delayed until 2021 to avoid Cyberpunk 2077
  • Update 3.13 would have been finished on December 11, 2020
  • Events lasting several weeks take place over the Christmas period

Cyberpunk 2077 will probably be one of the biggest game releases of 2020. The role-playing game has now been postponed again, this time to December 10th, 2020, but when it is finished, – to put it pathetically – all eyes of the gaming scene will probably be on it be.

At least it will take a lot of attention. The new date for the sci-fi RPG therefore means that other development studios are trying to avoid the release date of the AAA title: The online role-playing game Path of Exile is therefore postponing its next expansion in order not to im Cyberpunk hustle and bustle.

The new endgame expansion in Update 3.13 for Path of Exile was originally supposed to come out on December 11, 2020, one day after the new release date of Cyberpunk 2077. Grinding Gear Games claims to be able to meet this date on time, purely qualitatively The delay in the big RPG title, however, had caused her to postpone it until the beginning of next year. In the meantime, however, the next update 3.14 is to be worked on hard.

In order not to leave the Path of Exile community out in the rain over the Christmas holidays, there will be at least one event lasting several weeks over the holidays to provide enough new content. According to the development studio, when version 3.13 is released in 2021, players can expect exactly what a major Path-of-Exile expansion should have, but nothing more.

In this regard, Grindig Gear Games warns that there will be a comprehensive update, but no experiments that are too dissolute. This is due to the Covid 19 pandemic, which has called for slight cuts.

The free online role-playing game has been around since 2013 and has been continuously supplied with new content ever since.

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