on February 08 at 05:21 PM

Path of Exile Siege of the Atlas sets new player record

Path of Exile: Siege of the Atlas is an extensive overhaul of the endgame. Many players Buy POE Orbs for better performance in the game. It lets players build their own endgame by transforming Atlas of Worlds. This is basically the core of the current game. Seven players have now defeated godlike creatures: The Maven, The Searing Exarch and The Eater in the Hardcore Solo Self-found Archnemesis League, which is pretty impressive.

Perhaps more understandably, the now-aged action RPG has set a record for peak concurrent players: 270,260 concurrent players over the weekend, says Grinding Gear Games. This is a peak since Path of Exile launched eight years ago in October 2013. Apparently, the peak build started on Friday the 4th, but it kept going up, so Grinding Gear can only be sure that they did not surpass it until today. And there are plenty of players who Buy POE Currency for smoother gameplay.

Path of Exile’s latest expansion, Siege of the Atlas, allows players to play in Atlas of Worlds by mixing and matching levels, drawing inspiration from the entire eight-year history of the game. This means that almost all the old content is unlocked, and players can use it to chase new bosses and some old ones. So they can prepare some POE Currency to defeat the boss easily and get more loot.

There’s also a new, massive skill grid in the game, but instead of applying modifers to players’ characters, they apply modifers to their Atlas of Worlds playlist. They can now ensure their favorite monsters, loot and environments are always present in their personalized end game experience. Players can get more news on POECurrency, where they can also get enough POE Currency. Go!

Comments (0)

No login