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E3 2017: Hands On With Path Of Exile: The Fall Of Oriath Expansion On Xbox One

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Path of Exile may be a little bit of oddity for your years it has been out on PC. As a free to learn loot based action RPG, it's a history of holding its very own against larger titles like Diablo III, and  has since built a sizable and dedicated following of a unique. Now, they're gearing up with regards to largest expansion in years with The Fall of Oriath, thats liable to bring players back in where the story began, and  also the launch in the upcoming Xbox One release.
During the Microsoft press conference, we caught a trailer for POE Orbs the release on Xbox One, which marks the first time the overall game is playable on consoles. While for the show floor, we'd some time to speak  with all the developers concerning the recent expansion, and played an earlier build with the Xbox version--that can feature all content by reviewing the PC older brother.
For those not inside know, Path Of Exile puts players within the role of a recently available exile from your city of Oriath. As one of several exiles, Path of Exile's tackle classes, you will find yourself shipwrecked  on a tropical and must fight your path back to your city to dish out vengeance. But after your many battles, you will find that destroying one with the island's biggest creators ends up with unleashing an  ancient evil that plunges the capital of scotland- Oriath into chaos, producing even greater dangers for your world in particular.
While at our session, the developers spoke about the development they've seen through the years and what led these to overhauling a good portion from the Buy POE Orbs game for your next major update. Back in December, the  developers at Grinding Gear Games saw over one million players logged in to the first time at any moment. In addition towards the year over year boost in players, the developers recently released their  Atlas of Worlds expansion, that brought in higher numbers. They saw this for an opportunity to pull in their next expansion.