As a chubby marauder swinging the ax or as delicate witch throwing fireballs at the monsters, Path of Exile offers seven characters and many possibilities.
In Path of Exile, you play the role of an exile suspended on a monster-infested beach. In the style of Diablo you fight a bloody swath through the monster hordes and thereby bag all kinds of new weapons and useful items. Path of Exile, however, maintains a more adult and darker look than the Genre-Primus Diablo III. In the role of exile, you have six classes at your disposal: the chubby Marauder, the ranged ranger, the magical witch, the skillful duelist, the strong templar, and the deadly shadow. After a single play, you unlock the pretty Scion as a sixth class.
Path of Exile is F2P, but fair
Path of Exile is a representative of the Free 2 Play guild, so it's free to play. Unlike some other free-2 play games, Path of Exile does not annoy you with the request to spend money. Although you may optionally spend real money on cosmetic changes to your character and thus finance the development of the game. But that's not a must, not crucial to the game and discreetly kept in the background. For an F2P title Path of Exile is also very lovingly and in detail worked out - even the dialogues are fully set to music. However, there is currently no German synchronization.
Extensive skill system
In terms of the skill system, that is, the expansion of his character skills, Path of Exile also takes a different approach than Diablo III. While the Blizzard title places a lot of emphasis on simplification and ease of accessibility, which leaves no room for "shambles," Path of Exile offers an extremely comprehensive system that might almost stun genre newbies at first sight. Rather, the round "Skill Tree" is reminiscent of the Sphaerrobrett from Final Fantasy X as a tree. Interesting: Each of the six characters starts on the same "skill tree" - but in a different position. Theoretically, the Marauder can learn magic skills of the Witch - although there are many level ascents so far.
Cooperative multiplayer mode for up to six players
If you like, play Path of Exile with up to five friends in a group and go monster-hunt together. If desired, the dropped PoE items are sometimes assigned to the individual fighters by the game so that only one person may pick up the item. If you like, you can compete with other players in the PvP arena.
Bestiary is going to be rolled into the core game in some form or the other. So I thought we might as well start discussing how they can do that while minimizing the problematic aspects of the league so that we eventually come to see it as a positive addition to the game.
Today we're going to write a review of the same game with Grim Dawn, more exactly Diablo 2, which I played two years ago. I assure you that you have played Grim Dawn, Diablo 2 or similar titles will definitely see the following RPG game will be much more challenging: Path of Exile.
I am an old player of PoE, I really like this game, but I think it still has many places that need to be improved. If you have anything to add, welcome to leave a message.
Path of Exile is still in squarely in the fantasy genre, but with a darker, grittier design not commonly found in other games. In the game, its graphics are far from the fantasy settings of most RPGs. Players are even able to create multiple accounts and characters and have more than one logged in simultaneously. If yoou have some questions about the game, we invite you to come here: https://www.u4gm.com/path-of-exile.