Review of the achievements of the Path of Exile in 2019
Posted by Cadencealida on January 3rd, 2020
Every year, Grinding Gear Games development team Grinding Gear Games spends time reviewing the achievements of the past year like a clockwork. New Zealand-based developers have no reason to stop the introspective but public-facing tradition. Grinding Gear Games was found to be very busy in 2019, and even ignored the first Path of Exile who saw the news of the Path of Exile 2.
The Way of the Path of Exile received four separate extensions last year, and the recently released Atlas Conqueror is the largest of these four. Comprehensive, Legion and Withering extensions were also released, all of which provide extensions and improvements to the mechanics and knowledge found throughout War Destruction. The new Chaos Orb also brings more gameplay changes and more possibilities to the Path of Exile.
In 2019, the first stream amplification conference (commonly known as ExileCon) was launched, with more than 1,400 participants. ExileCon found that many announcements were public, such as The Path of Exile 2 that was eventually introduced, the safest assumption is to post to Path of Exile on a mobile device. Cosplay and discussion groups abound throughout the long weekend, where fans can discuss who made the design decision.
Grinding Gear Games ’rankings have increased appropriately with the audience, bringing internal staff from 122 to 147 as they continue to work and support a variety of platforms while continuing to develop mobile versions and the upcoming Path of Exile 2.
In the end, the Path of Exile had a total of 45 updates and patches, with an average of about three-quarters of a week updated throughout the year. However, they published more news articles, of which 382 were launched, with an average of about 7.3 posts posted every week. Currency-related transactions on the Path of Exile are also growing, and more and more players are willing to Buy Chaos Orb to enhance their gaming experience. Keeping in touch with the community and being frank about their roadmap and user expectations have made Grinding Gear Games unexpectedly more popular than active users and has entered a more mainstream state with an updated number of viewers on Twitch.