Yet Grinding Gear Games decided to surprise everyone (seriously though) by turning their RPG Path of Exile into a free-to-play Battle Royale. One hundred players will have the opportunity to face each other in arenas that introduce, unlike other battle royale, even the presence of monsters controlled by the CPU. The development firm stated on its website that it had followed the feedback from the community:
We followed community feeds and followed their advice. Path of Exile has been replaced by Path of Exile: Royale, a battle royale for a hundred players. It took only one day to upgrade, and so it was done.
A strange approach, which strongly follows the logic of the market by sacrificing the ideas of the original title. The title will be updated directly by Steam and once done you can enter directly into a game. The gamers can buy PoE orbs cheap from the online gaming house to arrange the necessary things to personalize the players and teams.
In the middle of this week (March 14-16), the developers of the action / RPG Path of Exile are going to release patch 3.2.1 for the PC version of the game. He will add a variety of improvements to the Bestiary League.
Path of Exile is a free role-playing game that follows the "free to play" model to offer a similar experience to Diablo in which we have to choose between a character class and then evolve it wherever we want, while facing hordes and hordes of enemies in the dungeons of the game.
About a year ago I came across a video that showed a game extremely similar to Diablo 2 (the style only, of course). I discovered that it was a game still under development by a producer called Grinding Gear Games of New Zealand.
Developers from Grinding Gear Games have announced another expansion of the free game Path of Exile - strongly inspired by the cult Diablo and Diablo 2. The new addition will introduce solutions reminiscent of Pokemon.