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Path of Exile 2 is coming to consoles at the end of this year

By Vaseline May31,2024

New Zealand’s Grinding Gear Games has announced its plans to bring its popular action RPG Path of Exile 2 to Xbox and PlayStation by the end of this year, adding some cool new features to the mix. The game was announced during the PlayStation State of Play, but it’s worth taking a closer look.

The standout new feature is couch co-op, which allows for local multiplayer action so you can enjoy it with your party in the same room. Players no longer need multiple devices to play the game with their friends. They can play together on one account or log in with two separate Path of Exile accounts on the same PC or console.

“Couch co-op is something we’ve wanted to do for a long time. Action RPGs are a genre that’s much more fun with friends, and it’s even better when you can play together in the same room,” said Jonathan Rogers, the project’s game director.

Controller support has also been completely redesigned and PoE2 now has Dual Stick control and a new binding system that allows you to fully customize your control scheme with 24 binding slots

Path of Exile 2 will also feature Cross-play and Cross-progression, putting the console version in the same realm, with the same support, as the PC version.

Path of Exile 2 Key Features:

● Twelve Character Classes – Path of Exile 2 features twelve character classes, two for each combination of Strength, Dexterity, and Intelligence.

● Encounter Unique Bosses – In PoE2, each area of ​​the campaign features a boss encounter.

● New Skill Gem System – Path of Exile 2 includes 240 Skill Gems that grant devastating active skills and 200 Support Gems that change their behavior.

● Extensive equipment system – PoE2 has hundreds of types of equipment for you to discover as you explore the land of Wraeclast.

● Endgame – At the end of Path of Exile 2’s six-act campaign, you’ll gain access to the Endgame.

Path of Exile 2 will be available in Early Access in late 2024 on PC, macOS, Xbox Series X & S, and PlayStation 5.

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