But there will be a new endgame expansion later this month.
looks like Path of Exile 2 It will not launch until next year.
According to Chris Wilson, the head of developer Grinding Gear, when he pressed for clarification on the release date, he told PC Gamer that the studio’s goal was to launch the game in 2022. Wilson said that the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has arrived at the studio’s development, which not only makes hiring new employees more difficult, but also slows down the work of “Road of Exile 2”.
Wilson said: “I don’t want to blame COVID on these things, but at the moment this is only a large part of it.”
“It is difficult for us to recruit internationally because New Zealand’s borders have been closed, which has reduced the exponential growth of our asset creation team.
“The development progress is not as fast as we want, so our goal is to do our best to fight Path of Exile 2 things during 2021 and see how much progress we have made. Trying to do as much work as possible will allow us A better understanding of the estimated release date, which should be at the end of the year.
“Road of Exile 2” was announced at Grinding Gear’s ExileCon in November 2019, and its goal is to release a beta version of the game “very late at the end of 2020”. The original free action role-playing game was released in 2013 for PC, then entered Xbox One in 2017 and PlayStation 4 in 2019.
Fans of the original game are looking forward to the upcoming Atlas Endgame Echo expansion. It was launched on January 15th, after the first shooting was released in December last year, it was not postponed until “Cyberpunk 2077” was later pushed back to that month.