Path of Exile

GGG Announces Dates For Upcoming Path of Exile Announcements

Path of Exile fans, mark your calendars. Developer Grinding Gear Games have announced the dates that they’ll be making some Path of Exile announcements as well as the launch date of the next expansion. The announcements begin Monday, November 5th when an “experimental new feature” gets announced. The following week, on the 14th, the 3.5.0 Expansion will be announced.

Here are the dates that you’ll want to pay attention to:

  • November 5th: Announce Experimental New Feature (Not Royale)
  • November 6th: Another (non-3.5.0) Announcement
  • November 14th: 3.5.0 Expansion Announcement
  • December 4th: Delve League Ends
  • December 8th: 3.5.0 Expansion Launch

Players will have an extra week to complete the challenges in the Delve League.

GGG say the announcement date is a week out from what they originally anticipated because “the scope of the expansion is pretty significant, larger than the Bestiary, Incursion or Delve releases.”

Patriot’s Pondering’s: As a PS4 gamer who desperately wants to get into this game, I’m really holding out hope that the non-3.5.0 announcement on the 6th is the announcement of the PS4 version. The news a couple of weeks ago that the game had been rated by the Taiwan Game Board for PS4 release got me really excited. So hopefully Tuesday is the day that officially gets announced.

Those of you already playing on PC and Xbox One, November 14th should be an exciting day.

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