The most recent Path of Exile growth, Siege of the Atlas, lets gamers build their own endgame by revamping the Atlas of Worlds—which is mainly the core of the sport at this level. Seven gamers have already crushed the growth by taking down godlike beings The Maven, The Searing Exarch, and The Eater of Worlds by taking them down within the Hardcore Solo Self-found Archnemesis League, which is basically spectacular however most likely gibberish when you do not play Path of Exile and by no means have.
Maybe extra understandable is that the now fairly previous motion RPG has hit a brand new file for peak concurrent gamers: 270,260 individuals have been enjoying without delay over the weekend, says Grinding Gear Video games. That is a peak for time since Path of Exile launched over eight years in the past in October 2013. Apparently the height began constructing on Friday the 4th, however stored rising, in order that Grinding Gear might solely ensure it would not be surpassed till right now.
Over the weekend, we launched Path of Exile: Siege of the Atlas. We’re happy to report that deployment was extraordinarily clean with no main points! We additionally hit a brand new file for peak concurrent gamers at 270,260!https://t.co/5Z05EfnZHP pic.twitter.com/IC0RvkUCn6February 6, 2022
Path of Exile’s newest growth, Siege of the Atlas, permits gamers to attract from that complete eight yr historical past of the sport by mixing and matching ranges to play within the Atlas of Worlds. Meaning all of the previous content material is just about unlocked, and also you get to make use of it to pursue the brand new bosses and a few previous ones. There’s additionally a wholly new, huge talent grid… however as an alternative of making use of modifers to your character, it applies modifiers to your Atlas of Worlds playlist. Now you can make sure that you favourite sorts of monsters, loot, and environments at all times present up in your personal customized finish sport expertise.
Yow will discover out extra about Path of Exile: Siege of the Atlas on the official Path of Exile website.