Being the deep and sophisticated game that it is, Path of Exile is something that most people can't learn entirely all at once, even for the most hardcore of players. But for those who are either just starting out or had been playing just a week or two, the game seems very intimidating and inaccessible. From Path of Exile items to character builds, One of the things that make Path of Exile fun is the ability to choose which league you play in.
The word "grinding" gets such a bad wrap in the world of action role-playing games, or video games in general. It usually connotes a need for lots of time and energy invested in getting a character from scratch to a functioning state wherein good Path of Exile items can be worn and more enemies can be smashed. The thing is that the process of leveling up is an inherent part of the whole experience, and it need not feel tedious at all.
While the currency system in Path of Exile is quite brilliant and is one of the most innovative things that Path of Exile has offered to the online role-playing game world, there's no denying the fact that it can be quite confusing for beginners. Since there is no central currency and a barter trading system is utilized, the variety of currency items that are being traded back and forth for buying and selling Path of Exile items can get overwhelming for some.
The influx of new players that came with the official release of Path of Exile has given way to a ton of questions, mostly about Path of Exile items like gems. Understanding the value of gems in the game is a basic knowledge that opens up to knowing more about the rest of the game as they are crucial to every player. It does get quite confusing for beginners though, so here are some fundamentals regarding non-quality gems and their value in the Standard league.
After the long wait, Sacrifice of the Vaal, the new expansion update for Path of Exile has been released by Grinding Gear Games. It's the first of the promised major triannual updates that will be released for the game since the official release on November of last year. There are a ton of additions to be made available in this game such as new Path of Exile items, new skill gems, new areas, free-for-all PvP mode, and new leagues to play in.
With the upcoming Reaper of Souls expansion for Diablo 3, there has been plenty of speculation about what will change in the game. One of those elements that are going to be overhauled with this new act is the Paragon end-game system, which was first implemented to make playing the game past Inferno and level cap more interesting. But it seems that the old system may not be enough to retain players, so the new Paragon 2.0 system has been devised to be more elaborate and sophisticated.
It was announced earlier this February that Path of Exile is about to get a new mini-expansion, but the title wasn't revealed yet. But now, it has been made public and we can now get a first look into this add-on update.
Out of all the great character builds possible in Path of Exile, the Burning Discharge build has got to be the most talked about due to its storied development and how much damage it can dish out on the enemy if a high-level character has been decked out with the best Path of Exile items possible. This build has seen quite a few changes throughout the game's transition from open beta to full release, but the main idea has remained mostly the same.
As the new expansion is nearing its release date, there has been some talk about a few concerns regarding things like experience gain, among other things. It seems that a problem may be at hand with how Reaper of Souls is looking at this point with its experience gain, mainly that it's pretty slow and grindy. It may be a bug, or perhaps it was intentionally done so by Blizzard, or some other element that makes it so.