Flashback Event is Too Good To Miss in Path of Exile
Posted by Richard Betts on April 25th, 2018
Looking for something to do ahead of the June 3.3.0 update for Path of Exile? Grinding Gear Games feels your pain: It’s prepping a “competitive flashback event” next month to help you pass the time. The in-game currency is available at the professional online gaming house. The interested gamers can buy chaos orbs poe from those professional online gaming houses in the most affordable cost.
“The Flashback Event will have three random mods from popular past leagues activated at once,” says the New Zealand studio. “The collection of mods will persist in that area for one hour and the collection of mods will vary from area to area. After an hour has passed the mods will randomize for each area again. Each area will also have the Bestiary league enabled which means that you can continue to finish your challenges while you compete in the Flashback Event. The possible league mods that you could see in an instance alongside Bestiary are Anarchy, Invasion, Breach, Ambush, Torment, Perandus, Beyond, Nemesis, Bloodlines, Abyss and Harbinger.”
And yes, the event is for both PC and Xbox One and will run four different difficulty modes (including standard solo self-found, where you can’t trade or group) starting May 4th through the 29th. Loot includes a special mystery box for hitting level 35, plus additional prizes based on level and rank at the end of the run. They probably want to both A) Bring players back into the game and B) generate hype for the next league / 3.3.0.
I still play Bestiary albeit casually. I will probably roll a new character for this event, my goal is to hit 55. I think that is realistic for me both for the time limit of the event and my interest in the rewards. It would be cool to get entered into the 85 pool but I only have one character ever who’s gotten near that level (78 is my highest all time). The pace that I level / get through the storyline means the 55 pool is probably my highest. Even that will be a bit of a push depending on my work schedule.
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