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New Zealand developed Path of Exile releasing on Xbox One

19 Jan 2017

Path of Exile is made by a Kiwi developer and it was previously a PC exclusive. Now the game will be available to download for Xbox One owners.  Grinding Gear Games announced on its website that the Xbox One version of Path of Exile will be released later this year and it is also free-to-play. Not to mention it will include all of the content from the PC version.  Coming to both versions later this year is the 3.0.0 expansion that includes Act Five of the game. It is also mentioned that Xbox One players will play in their own realm separate from PC players due to some small differences between the two versions. That being said, actual content released for both versions should be the same so players don't have to worry about missing out on any content. You can watch the Xbox One announcement trailer below. There's still no word if this game will be ported to the PS4 yet. 

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