Chris Wilson of Grinding Gear Games discusses the past, present, and future of Path of Exile in the Baeclast podcast.
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Chris Wilson of Grinding Gear Games discusses the past, present, and future of Path of Exile in the Baeclast podcast. Whenever Path of Exile launches a new challenge league, it can always stimulate players’ desire to fight. They will always prepare enough POE Currency and items before the new league is available, and wait curiously. But as far as the current situation is concerned, players’ response to the 3.15 expansion and expedition league is not so enthusiastic.
Compared with Path of Exile’s previous history of each league release, the highest number of online players at the time of the 3.15 expansion has dropped by 23%. Although this is within the developers’ expectations, there is a bad sign that the number of players on Steam has been declining. With this in mind, co-founder and lead developer Chris Wilson discussed the current state of development of Path of Exile on the Baeclast podcast. He broadcasted live on Tarkecat’s Twitch to deeply analyze the past, present and future of Path of Exile since its development.
He also answered a lot of questions about the current state of Path of Exile. Although Chris Wilson did not explain some of the balance changes in the game, he also discussed a wide variety of topics. Interestingly, the developers also discussed some of the plans for Patch 3.16. The latest leagues and patches usually receive detailed information a few weeks before they go live. Grinding Gear Games is already hype about the next league, so players can’t guess what the development team thinks about the current state of Path of Exile. Probably not much positive.
However, there are still many players who love the expedition league very much. They are also willing to put in more effort and Path of Exile Currency to strive for greater success. If their resource reserves are exhausted, then they can buy more POE Currency from professional POECurrency, which is both affordable and safe. I hope they can always have a good gaming experience.