Path of Exile is a great free to play action RPG and has received a boat-load of new content with War for the Atlas expansion (which is also free). Grinding Gear Games has definitely added enough detail to environments, enemies and items to make them stand out in today's market.
There are six character classes to choose from: Marauder, Ranger, Witch, Duelist, Templar, and Shadow. Each have their own look and apparent archetype, however apart from the bonus starting stats classes can be played how you want to. Click here for more updates and PoE buy items.
A fantastic, free to play experience
A captivating, dark world, ready to be explored
Single player and multi-player missions at your fingertips
Simple, easy to execute combat
A new approach to currency, without gold
A huge skill tree
The controller makes it a bit difficult for caster classes
The inventory is difficult to manage once it gets cluttered with loot
The Path of Exile is not without reason acclaimed as the successor of the popular game Hack and Slash - Diablo II. Difficult, dark and brutal climate gives the perfect reproduction of the world that we know from the aforementioned game.
Bestiary is going to be rolled into the core game in some form or the other. So I thought we might as well start discussing how they can do that while minimizing the problematic aspects of the league so that we eventually come to see it as a positive addition to the game.
In Path of Exile, GGG are just introduced the Fallen Angel Armour Set. This armour set decorated with metal spikes will create a modern gothic look for your exile.
In Path of Exile, what makes Path of Exile different is the introduction of ‘currency loot,' a feature completely unique to the game.