Path Of Exile Is Finally Coming To PlayStation

The Delve league is hard enough. Now imagine it with turbo-charged monsters

Path of Exile confirmed for PS4

Path of Exile has always been available on PC, before hitting Xbox One last August. Now, it is making the jump to PlayStation 4.

Path of Exile doesn't have an exact date for its PS4 launch, but the below trailer notes that it is "coming this year". The trailer can be found below.

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Private Leagues will be fun for content creators who want to create an entertaining stream or video by playing Path of Exile on obscenely hard settings, potentially alongside members of their communities. As you know, we're releasing our 3.5.0 expansion on December 7 and we're planning to launch it on PlayStation in December also.

The game has already been a huge success on PC and Xbox One, where it has drummed up more than 16 million players worldwide.

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Read the first details on Private Leagues by visiting the Path of Exile site. Just recently, publisher and developer Grinding Gear Games announced its hit free-to-play action RPG Path of Exile will be slashing its way to the PlayStation 4 this December. An Xbox One version of the game was released in August 2017. The game allows you to mingle with other players in encampments, before going out into the procedurally-generated levels to slay creatures and earn rewards.

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