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07 November 2018, 09:16 | Casey Mitchell
Path of Exile coming to Play Station 4 in December
Ever since the start of Path of Exile's development, we planned to add support for players to pay for the creation of a private league for them and their friends to play in. I'd even go so far as calling it one of the tougher action RPGs out there, but some of its more dedicated fans just love pain.
Path of Exile is a free-to-play top-down RPG, in a similar vein to Diablo.
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.
Developed as a continuation of Diablo II's core gameplay, Path of Exile launched on PC in 2013 after an open beta phase and lengthy development. This is a niche feature aimed at groups of competitive players. Players can also add more player slots across a wide variety of prices.
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We designed private leagues with the needs of two groups of players in mind.
Mods can reduce player resistances, stop magic or rare items from dropping, stop vendors from selling items, stop towns from regenerating your health and mana. With absolutely everything turned on, I can see it being an intense experience for a close-knit party, but not for me.
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