Path of Exile – Content Update 2.3.0 releases later today

Grinding Gear Games is officially launching the  Prophecy content update for their online action RPG,  Path of Exile at 1pm Pacific Time. Content update 2.3.0 includes both a Standard and Hardcore version of the Prophecy Challenge League, in addition to a wealth of new skills, items, and challenges.

Chris Wilson, Managing Director for Grinding Gear Games, said:

“The Prophecy challenge league has more content than some of the full expansions we’ve released in the past. We’re really excited to explore it alongside our players.”

Here are the key features of the Prophecy Content Update (2.3.0):

  • New Items: Unique Items and Divination Cards designed by Path of Exile supporters, three new types of Unique Strongboxes, and a new end-game map base type: the Plaza Map.
  • Expanded Skills: Five new skills have been added including Spirit Offering, Ancestral Warchief, Fury, Frostbolt, and Vortex –  a new area spell that explodes in a burst of cold around the caster, creating an icy vortex.
  • Challenges and Rewards: The Prophecy leagues include a set of 40 new challenges. In addition to the generous rewards earned by fulfilling Prophecies, Players earn exclusive microtransactions as challenges are completed.
  • The Endgame Labyrinth: The rumors are true – there is a fourth Labyrinth! High-level players must complete difficult map versions of the Trials of Ascendancy to gain access to the Endgame Labyrinth. Completing this version of the Labyrinth will grant players additional Ascendancy class points, allowing them access to more complex character builds.
  • Technical Improvements: The game’s memory management system has been overhauled and its sound system replaced. There are also gameplay balance adjustments to some skills and items.
Path of Exile 2.3.0: Prophecy Trailer

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