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by on July 24, 2020
Grinding Gear Games has confirmed that its "Dungeon Quest" sequel "Path of Exile 2" will not receive a beta version this year. You need to wait until 2021 to get the repair.
It was originally hoped to be released at the end of 2020, but in February, studio co-founder Chris Wilson warned that due to the coronavirus, this estimate may be revised and this revision will not change the POE Currency system. At that time, some people asked Chinese outsourcing artists to stay at home and transfer the staff on the sequel to the Delirium expansion to avoid delays.
No date has been announced yet, but the community director of Path of Exile confirmed in an announcement on the forum that "it will definitely not happen this year."
“We try to make the league appear on time as much as possible, which does mean that the sequel will be delayed. We look forward to our next announcement about its upcoming content, and we will continue to collect whatever content we can add to the existing “Path of Exile" client to make technical improvements."
The latest expansion of The Path of Exile, "Harvest", arrived on June 19 after a short delay, and two more are planned this year. However, the delay has thrown the work into chaos, and some changes to the timetable are required to ensure that the final expansion time in December is not too close to the employees' vacation.
Then, the next league will start twelve weeks after the harvest in September, and the team will start work a month earlier. This also means that the expansion in December will start earlier. The date may change, but it is expected that both will be released in their respective mid-months. The Path of Exile has been updated and expanded, but what remains unchanged is that players can still improve their skills in the game and feel the charm of the game through Buy Exalted Orb.
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