Path of Exile will no longer be exiled for PlayStation 4. Grinding Gear Games has announced that their action RPG Path of Exile is making its way to PlayStation 4 on December 7, along with the 3.5.0 expansion that was previously announced for PC and Xbox One versions of the game.
Path of Exile originally released on PC back in October 2013, but then landed on Xbox One in August 2017. Grinding Gear Games confirmed the PS4 version in a tweet.
Since the game’s release, there have been seven expansions released for it so far. With a ton of loyal fans, it’s refreshing to know that the developer has been giving fans what they want.
In Path of Exile, you are an Exile who struggles to survive on the dark and deadly continent of Wraeclast. Rather than fighting to save a princess or world, you fight to earn power that will allow you to get revenge on people that have wronged you.
The game is free-to-play, but don’t worry, it doesn’t suffer from pay-to-win mechanics. Instead, you’ll end up finding that Path of Exile has an immense amount of free content, rich open-ended character progression, and fair-to-play gameplay mechanics.
Cross play will not be included at launch for the PS4 version, but perhaps that will change in the future. If it does, we’ll let you know.
Get a look at Path of Exile for PS4 in the release trailer below:
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