Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath expansion releases on August 4th

Grinding Gear Games has announced today that it’s highly anticipated massive expansion, Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath, will launch for PC on August 4th. According to the press release, Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath features six brand new acts – doubling the size of current game, and introduces a new Pantheon character-customization system that lets players wield the power of the gods themselves.

Here are the key features for Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath:

  • Act 5: The Fall of Oriath: Return to Oriath. Home to the oppressive templar theorcracy. Explore frozen mountaintops, pristine temples and anarchic city streets. Leave a trail of furious destruction as you seek vengeance for your exile.
  • A Single Playthrough, A Complete Story: The previous difficulty level system has been removed to make room for another five brand new acts, bringing to the total to ten. In these five acts, you will weave through both new and familiar locations and witness the drastic results of your past actions.
  • Claim the Power of the Gods: Path of Exile’s new pantheon system provides you with potent powers taken from the gods themselves. But beware, the gods won’t go down without a fight.
  • New Ways to Play: With dozens of new items, new skills, new locations, new boss fights and more, Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath will keep even the most die-hard fans busy for many months to come.

Path of Exile is an online Action RPG set in the dark fantasy world of Wraeclast. It is designed around a strong online item economy, deep character customization and unlimited replayability. Path of Exile is completely free and does not sell items or consumables that provide competitive advantage over other players.

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Path of Exile: The Fall of Oriath Release Date Trailer

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