For the upcoming Path of Exile, Exilecon will show Path of Exile 4.0.0 due in December 2020 from Bale's blog

As we all know, Path of Exile is one of the greatest real free games. It has been steadily moving since its release in October 2013, even without any signs of stopping or even slowing down.

Every year, different "seasons" bring new game mechanics to Path of Exile, introduce new dungeons, core game mechanics, POE Currency Buy, loot and monsters, and then developers Grinding Gear Games observe what people do and dislike. If the characteristics of the season go well, they will usually be added to the core of the game, making the range astounding in terms of risk and reasonable character building.

As Grinding Gear Games continues to increase the use of new content, it has recently been an update of the Withering Season, which has once again sounded the bell of action, and RPG fans have once again returned to their devastated Wraeclast, this year's year. Exilecon has the hope of peeking behind it. Look again at the upcoming 3.9.0 season fruit and the forbidden fruit of 4.0.0.

In the past, Exilecon has been an opportunity for Path of Exile enthusiasts to come together and celebrate the history of the game so far and the content that will be prepared for users in the future. The upcoming 3.9 seasons are expected to bring a lot of new content to the players, and gamers are expected to expect Grinding Gear Games to continue to improve and have multiple iterations between the 3.9.0 update and the 4.0.0 update in December 2020... On the other hand, players are paying more and more attention to POE Currency.

Exilecon will also be broadcast live on Twitch, so those who can't attend the conference can still see the wonderful opportunities waiting for them in the future. If you don't plan to watch the content for two and a half days, then after the end of the November 10th meeting, I think there will be a lot of articles to summarize the meeting.

This is the second Exilecon conference after the Chinese media group Tencent acquired the controlling stake in Grinding Gear Games in 2018. People's attention and speculation have become crazy, and fans have long worried that the action RPG will be killed by Chinese companies. In addition to dissatisfaction with the chat review, Grinding Gear Games is still able to control its situation.

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