If you hadn't yet twigged that free-to-play action-RPG Path Of Exile is pretty chuffing popular, developers Grinding Gear Games have made it clear. In case you have almost any issues about where by in addition to the best way to work with Path of Exile Orbs, you possibly can email us on our own page. They've announced ExileCon, an official two-day fan convention dedicated to clicking on monsters until they burst in a shower of bloody gold. Running November 16-17, it'll be a big love-in for folks who attend and bring some big announcements for distant viewers too. And unlike cons which ask people to travel to the wastelands of California or wherever, this is going down somewhere chuffing lovely: New Zealand, specifically Grinding Gear's home city of Auckland.

Obviously, PC players have had the game for a fair while, with Path Of Exile launching in 2013. Sony continues to prove it's for the players by having the exclusive console launch two years after Microsoft. Grinding Gear Games are also planning to launch Path of Exile's latest expansion Synthesis, on PS4. This update will bring about a whole host of new content to the action RPG and continue the grind for epic loot for hours on end. New gems, items, and a rebalancing of sorcery spells are a few examples of the changes the update brings. The game begins with the player's choice of Exile and features seven classes and nineteen subclasses. Character customization, weapon crafting and enchanting all add the to Path of Exile's intricate gameplay.

The last we heard about Path of Exile, the online action RPG was due to arrive on PlayStation 4 in December, but that didn't happen. Now we have another update that tells us the game will finally be making an appearance later this month alongside their latest expansion, "Synthesis". In "Synthesis", players will encounter a character called Cavas in the dark fantasy world of Wraeclast. He has amnesia and it's up to players to recover his memories to gain valuable rewards, take on new creatures, and craft new items.

Grinding Gear Games'Path of Exile has a smattering of new content available, thanks to the launch of the Synthesis League. This Challenge League sees players interacting with Cavas, an amnesiac whose memories have been fractured. You'll need to recover Memory Fragments and traverse across the constructs of these memories to help Cavas remember who he is. Synthesis also brings a boatload of tweaks to all existing spells, changing Brands to be slightly less overpowered while buffing other options. More importantly, reworks to skills like Storm Burst and Flame Totem are also live.

ExileCon will bring the big announce-o-reveal of Path Of Exile's update 4.0.0 expansion, as well as of December's 3.9.0 smaller expansion. It'll also feature developer talks, the finals of a race tournament, playable demos of upcoming contents, hangouts, and that other con stuff. The announcement keynote and races will be livestreamed free for non-attendees too. The free-to-play title plays a lot like a Diablo-esque game which led to it becoming a hit with fans of the series, whilst maintaining a uniqueness in its own way. Check out the PS4 release trailer below and see for yourself why there has been an urge of eagerness from PlayStation fans to get their hands on the title.