Path of Exile For PS4
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Free-to-Play Path of Exile For PS4 Now Live – Download Size and Free PS+ Content Revealed

We have been waiting since December to get our hands on the Path of Exile on PS4. The game was announced in late 2018 with a December release date but was since delayed from December to January and then from January to February and February to March.

After multiple delays, the game is finally here and it is awesome. I played a bit of it last night and other than the clunky controls, it makes for a great free-to-play game. Path of Exile is the Diablo 2 sequel we never received from Blizzard as it features a unique action RPG experience with multiple characters, a massive skill tree, a deep loot system and of course, an ever-expanding world to explore.

Grinding Gears Games is constantly releasing new content for the game with the latest update adding Synthesising to the experience. There’s also a big emphasis on the grind which will make all RPG fans happy. Best of all, there are no microtransactions that affect progress at all, only cosmetic.

Earn devastating skills and valuable items as you fight your way through the dark continent of Wraeclast. With unrivaled character customization, Path of Exile is an award-winning online Action RPG created by hardcore gamers, for hardcore gamers.

Path of Exile for PS4 is now live on the South African PlayStation Store and comes in at 9.27GB. There is also a free PlayStation Plus pack that contains a fire skull ornament for your helmet and a fire frog pet which will hop around with you.

The game can be played in single player without PlayStation Plus but if you want your friends to join then you will need to sign up.

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