After years of interruption, Path of Exile: Royale is back. This battle royale mode was first launched in 2018 and continues to appear through Path of Exile’s new expedition alliance over the weekend. In this mode, players pick up loot, upgrade skills and fight on specially designed islands. If players want to win in the battle royale, it is very important to buy sufficient Exalted Orb. The 2021 version of this model is more exquisite and richer than the previous version.
In the beginning, Path of Exile: Royale was just an April Fools' Day joke. The developers assembled a team and asked each of them to spend only one day working on this project. Grinding Gear Games co-founder Chris Wilson once said in a public video that they joked in the office that the rapid development speed means that they may add a battle royale mode to Path of Exile in one day. But players love this model very much and are very willing to buy POE Currency for it.
The game official only kept Path of Exile: Royale in the game for a few days, but players like this mode and have been asking for it to return ever since. Because this model is completely unbalanced, the staff is still reluctant to put it online again despite the players’ needs. But earlier this year, Grinding Gear Games began working on a better version of Path of Exile: Royale. If this mode can return, it will attract more players to take part and go to buy POE Orbs.
The new version of the battle royale mode comes with a skill tree that does not occupy the entire screen of the players, so players can watch their own characters while using them quickly. And the new version comes with a number of new skills, which will greatly attract players to buy Path of Exile Currency. The developers also specially reworked some popular skills into lower-level versions to increase the game fun for players.
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