Submitted by combocaster 903d ago | review

Path of Exile Review | ComboCaster

Path of Exile is the new Action-RPG developed by a small team independ entity based in New Zealand named Grinding Gear Games, and is considered a "Diablo Clone". Has the same isometric camera angle, the same type of gameplay and the same theme horror, which is consistent with the gender that has revolutionized Diablo II for more than 10 years ago.

Is currently in open beta phase, requires only one entry on the site, and is completely free to play. Make no mistake, though, despite being only in beta is already a game with much more content than many who have been get community action rpg in the last anos.Conta to have 3 acts, or episodes, each with its respective city and different environments: coastal areas, dense forests or all of them a huge city inhabited by many different creatures and bizarre monsters. It also has 3 difficulty levels, normal, cruel and merciless, each scale level of the monsters hp and the damage they cause, making the game considerably more difficult. (Path of Exile, PC) 8/10

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