The release of the hack and slash Path of Exile for PlayStation 4 was initially scheduled for December this year.
For gamers preparing to meet Path of Exile on the PlayStation 4 in a matter of weeks, the wait will be a bit longer. Grinding Gear Games developer announced that the PS4 edition will not be launched as planned in December, but somewhere in February 2019. In the blog they made their announcement, Grinding Gear apologized for delay, explaining that the studio "underestimated the amount of work required to complete the certification process during the Christmas season".
The company is now waiting to Buy POE Currency complete the certification process by January, which would mean the game could be released on PlayStation 4 in early February. The developer will not be in vain at this time, blogging said it will work intensively on optimizing console gameplay and improving graphics quality. "Again, we are very sorry for this," he said in the posting on the site. "We promise Path of Exile will be great on the PlayStation 4 when it will be released early next year."
Path of Exile was first released in 2013 on the PC, and the Xbox One version was released in 2017. In May 2018, the Chinese corporation Tencent acquired Grinding Gear Games, but the company claims that this acquisition has little impact on game development and that it will continue to operate independently. While Path of Exile is no longer on PS4 in December, the game will benefit next month from a new expansion, Betrayal. You can keep eyes on MMOAH which is essentially the most reliable activity store to present amounts of Cheap POE Items online.
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