Grinding Gear Games has been teasing its followers with Path of Exile’s 2.0.0 huge expansion for a long time, despite everything we are not really sure a lot about what’s in store from it. Studio executive Chris Wilson says we’ll speak more at ExileCon this November, and that the update speaks to a “people to come” step for the game. Wilson’s even certain about the update taking on Diablo 4.
“That 2.0.0 development is going to take on Diablo 4, to the extent we’re concerned.” Wilson lets us know. “It’s the up and coming age of activity RPGs and speaks to a huge move up to Path of Exile. Thus, we’ll be prodding that at Exilecon, and players will get a few hands-on time with an early form of it, which ought to be truly energizing.”
ExileCon runs on November 16 and 17 in Auckland, New Zealand, yet the 2.0.0 update itself is still “eighteen months away.” We know Diablo 4 won’t dispatch in 2019 – nor will some other major new Blizzard game – yet gives an account of the Diablo 4 discharge date recommend it may be prepared for a 2020 dispatch. Expecting it doesn’t hit any greater advancement hiccups, that is.
That all methods we could see a clash of the activity RPG goliaths later one year from now.
We’ll likewise observe subtleties on the 3.9.0 December extension at ExileCon, so there will be bounty for the PoE devoted to watch out for.