Path of Exile 2 postponed due to coronavirus

  • A few days ago, Grinding Gear Games stated that the beta version of Path Of Exile 2 will be launched next year due to the impact of the coronavirus.

    The developer rejected the possibility of the 2020 Beta in a new forum post. In 2019, they mentioned this possibility for the first time when they announced "Path of Exile 2". They have been working hard for the league to appear on time. The sequel will also be adjusted accordingly.

    The developers have solved the one-week delay in the latest expansion of Path Of Exile Harvest. In addition, they also adjusted the situation for future updates. Their development cycle is based on 13 weeks. Harvest requires 14 weeks of development time, so players need to adjust the schedule. Later in these months, expansions in September and December will appear.

    The currently unnamed September extension will be better later. The POE Trade December expansion can be a bit dangerous when Christmas approaches, because employees need to make time to spend time with their families. Fewer developers will be able to help players at any time when problems arise.

    In September, Grinding Gear plans to conduct a shorter development cycle. It took only twelve weeks after Harvest was launched, and our expansion in December will be carried out very early. More space will be reserved for the holidays.

    The developer said that the release window may still be changed. Therefore, we hope that players will not book your time when there is no final confirmation on the release day.

    Grinding Gear announced in the post that they will launch a Mac version of Path Of Exile sometime this year. Currently, the game can be used on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Players who need POE Currency can purchase it directly on  A discount event has been prepared for players on IGGM, and players are welcome to come.