GGG will release Path of Exile: Scourge on October 22

The next league of the large-scale action role-playing game Path of Exile, named 3.16, has been released as a trailer. The full reveal live broadcast is scheduled for October 14th. Expedition is not the best league that Grinding Gear Games has added to Path of Exile. 3.15 The total number of expanded top online players is 23% lower than its historical total and has been declining since. Nevertheless, the developer is still looking forward to the future and has confirmed its next major alliance and expansion plan called Scourge. It makes players expect it far beyond Expedition, and it is also actively preparing for POE Currency.

It went live on October 22 (Pacific Daylight Time). As shown in the trailer, players can insert some strange new items directly into their inventory screen. This may result in character-specific modifiers, which can affect the entire game. GG will also broadcast live at 12pm PDT on October 14th. At that time, players who are interested can prepare in advance and learn as much useful information as possible to help them become more familiar with the new extension.

Grinding Gear Games made many changes to mana cost, potions, auxiliary gems, etc. when Expedition was launched, some of which have changed over time. Scourge may mark the return of free-to-play action RPG during the release of Path of Exile 2, and its large-scale update adds a whole new story and Ascendencies. So players should continue to pay attention to more detailed information in the coming weeks.

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CSCCA 11 october 2021, 1:56
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