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The Seven Expansions In Path Of Exile

The Free-to-Play ARPG Path of Exile has been a competitor to Diablo for many years. The multiplayer game developed by Grinding Gear Games has caught and tied many bored Blizzard followers. The mechanics are roughly the same. Envelop opponents, loot, improve and then umboxen heavier opponents. This has been successful at Path of Exile since October 2013. Since August 24, 2017, players on the Xbox One on the continent Wraeclast may also enter the fight. The New Zealand developers throw new content into the MMO in regularity or hold events that blend in wonderfully with the all-around gloomy world of Path of Exile. On the 8th of December, War for the Atlas is ready for the next free expansion.

There are seven expansions in Path of Exile where players exiled to the land of Wraeclast for various reasons, and help the locals and battle evil so far. Visit U4GM for more updates.

Sacrifice of the Vaal (colloquially known as SotV) is the first mini-expansion for Path of Exile. It was announced on February 14, 2014 and released on March 5, 2014. The majority of the new content is based around the return of Atziri, Queen of the Vaal. The expansion included new bosses, currency, areas, leagues, and PvP modes.

Forsaken Master is the second mini-expansion for Path of Exile. It was announced on July 31, 2014 and released on August 20, 2014. The expansion adds masters and several related content and features. It comes with a host of new features, including crafting, recruitable NPCs called Masters (who remain at the player's hideout offering him daily training missions and specialized items), reworked passive skill tree, and customized personal hideouts.

The Awakening is the third and largest expansion for Path of Exile. It was officially announced by Grinding Gear Games on April 10, 2015 and released in a closed beta state on April 20, 2015. After almost three months in beta, The Awakening was launched on July 10, 2015. It includes the addition of a fourth Act containing new map tilesets, quests, and monsters. Other additions include new skills and items, passive skill tree sockets and jewels, item filters, two new challenge leagues, and game balance. The expansion also added an optional "Lockstep" mode in an effort to fix the "desync" network synchronization issues at the cost of latency.

Ascendancy is the fourth expansion for Path of Exile. It was officially announced by Grinding Gear Games on November 20, 2015 and was released on March 4th, 2016. The expansion introduces Ascendancy classes, Trials of Ascendancy, the Labyrinth and enchantments, in addition to several new unique items, divination cards, skill gems, and utility flasks. This expansion was also timed to be made live at the same time as the Perandus Challenge Leagues. The ascendancy classes are each tied to one of the base classes, with three ascendancy classes for each base class, except the Scion which only has one ascendancy class. Each of these new classes will contain its own unique ascendancy skill tree to advance.

Atlas of Worlds is the fifth expansion for Path of Exile. It was officially announced by Grinding Gear Games on August 12, 2016 and released on 2 September 2016. This expansion has a large focus on improving the end-game, in particular the mapping experience which has been left untouched by previous expansions. It introduced a new end-game, 30 new maps and 19 new bosses.

The Fall of Oriath is the sixth expansion for Path of Exile. It was officially announced by Grinding Gear Games on February 15, 2017 and entered a beta phase on June 8th before its full release on June 4th, 2017. The Fall of Oriath is the game's largest expansion to date, introducing six new acts, a new story progression, the Pantheon system and several new unique items and skill gems.

War for the Atlas is the seventh expansion for Path of Exile. It was officially announced by Grinding Gear Games on November 16, 2017 and was released on December 8, 2017. This expansion focuses mainly on reworking the endgame Atlas of Worlds system. It will be focused on overhauling the Atlas of Worlds, adding 32 new maps, 10 new skill gems, 48 new unique items, and extending the story.

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