Since the launch of our Trade website in November, Grinding Gear Games have been reading all of your feedback, comments, and suggestions in an attempt to improve the Trade site as much as possible. In today's news post, they'd like to take the opportunity to recap many of the changes that they've already made and reach out for more feedback on any further changes that you would like to see.
There's a lot happening this weekend for Path of Exile! Grinding Gear Games is bringing back the Chaos and Order Mystery Box for four days, you can get a free Apocalypse Mystery Box when you spend points and there are some community-run races happening live on Twitch!
PoE’s Incursion has been out for a month now and has been very popular with both the community and the development team. Grinding Gear Games is keen to give you an update of what they're working on, both for Incursion and the future.
In tomorrow's Content Update 3.3.1, Grinding Gear Games is adding two new Incursion rooms: Torment Cells and Strongbox Chamber. You will be able to encounter these Incursion rooms just like any other room and they can be upgraded as usual. Torment Cells upgrades to Torture Cages. Strongbox Chamber upgrades to Hall of Locks, then Court of Sealed Death.
Last week Grinding Gear Games launched a news series where they interview community streamers to find out more about their lives. You can check out the first entry where we interviewed Zizaran here. This week they spent some time talking to TarkeCat to find out more about the man behind the memes.
Since the early days of Path of Exile, community streamers have been pillars in the community who share information, advice and entertainment! Grinding Gear Games wanted to take a moment to get to know them just a little bit better so they're planning an ongoing news series where they interview members of the community.
Grinding Gear Games're happy to announce that Season Nine of Build of the Week is just around the corner! PoE’s last season ended just a few weeks ago, but they are sure that the massive skill revamps in Content Update 3.3.0 have inspired you to create new and interesting builds.
One of the areas that hasn't seen an upgrade in some time is partying mechanics. In today's news post MmoGah (a professional PoE Trade site) will go over some of the major improvements that Grinding Gear Games will be making to PoE in the 3.3.x series of patches with Path of Exile fans.
As Grinding Gear Games mentioned on Saturday's launch news post, the Incursion launch was a huge success. Average player numbers online over the weekend put this launch in first place, ahead of even the gigantic six-act 3.0.0 expansion they worked on for over two years. Today MmoGah will summarize some of the highlights of launch.
The temple of Atzoatl holds many secrets, some of which can only be accessed by upgrading a room to its maximum tier. In the Apex of Ascension, the top-tier room of the Sacrifice sequence, players gain access to the Altar of Sacrifice. The unique items found exclusively throughout Atzoatl can be placed upon this altar in order to be transformed.
At the end of last week Path of Exile is announced the upcoming Incursion League and more details of Content Update PoE 3.3.0. Since the announcement Grinding Gear Games has noticed a few common questions coming up so they wanted to take a moment to answer a few of these.
PoE is announced that the Incursion League which allows players to travel back in time to discover the location to run. This update features a new NPC, giant temple with over 75 modular rooms, many new bosses, dozens of new unique items and divination cards, 12 new gems, a massive revamp to over 20 iconic skills and more!
In Content of PoE Update 3.3.0, Grinding Gear Games's reworking the core mechanic of Vaal Skills. They've done this to improve some of the problems that most Vaal skills have. Vaal Skills of Path of Exile were always intended to be super-skills that can be used at pivotal moments for a big burst of power, so they're making various changes.
PoE is wrapping up Season Eight of Build of the Week by featuring a Deadeye build that takes many of the mechanics they've covered in earlier episodes of this season and combines them to generate up to fifty clones of yourself which absolutely melt bosses. For more information about the PoE build, check out the Meme Arrow Build Guide.
PoE will be running a competitive Flashback Event from May 5th until May 29th. It will run in parallel to the Bestiary League which will also be enabled on the event so that you can continue your challenge progression there. The event will include rotating mods from 11 popular past PoE leagues. There are microtransactions, Mystery Boxes, Demigod's Dominances and bragging rights up for grabs!
PoE players usually look at a range of different statistics in every league to help generate a snapshot of the metagame of the league. These stats help us make future development decisions. Today MmoGah will share these stats with Path of Exile fans. These stats are interesting, and now we're looking at the most-used skills in Bestiary.
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