Path of Exile is finally coming to PS4. The long awaited game has been announced to be released later in March of this year, after it was originally presumed to be released in December of last year, but was abruptly delayed. Grinding Gear Games, knowing their gaming audience would be disappointed with their choice, gave a reason as to why they decided to delay the games release.
According to Path Of Exile’s managing director Chris Wilson, he proclaimed the Christmas holiday in New Zealand is quite a long one and most staff members usually take three to four weeks off to spend time with their families. They didn’t want to launch the game when most of their staff was off enjoying their holiday. Furthermore, during the holiday there are shutdowns for the publishers, so they used the spare time to ensure their game underwent every bit of testing so the game’s performance was absolute. Overall, the publisher did not want any bugs or glitches with their game and spent the extra time polishing up the piece, keeping their gaming audience in mind.
Due to Path Of Exile’s lengthy process the game will be released in March. Many players of the game speculate it will be released mid March, but an official date has not been confirmed just yet. When Path Of Exile launches, the newest console release will have all present DLC available including Synthesis. For some context of the game, Path Of Exile is a free-to-play game set in the dark world of Wraeclast, a dark continent inhabited by creatures of nightmares and plagued by mysterious catastrophes of the past.
Players of the game will encounter Cavas, and your goal is to help Cavas remember his past by finding fragments of his decaying memories and fighting your way through the creatures that inhabit his mind, as well as activating stabilizers before his memories collapse around you.