Facts have proved that for the road of exile, 2019 is already a year. Grinding Gear Games released "Path of Exile 2" and "Path of Exile" in December. It turns out that before these details, players are already excited about POE Currency.
"Path of Exile" is one of its fastest growing games on Western servers in five years. Chris Wilson, general manager of Grinding Gear Games, shared these details in a speech about the Delirium expansion on March 13. From a quantitative point of view, the peak growth from 2018 to 2019 is roughly the same as that seen in Grinding Gear from 2016 to 2017, although the growth percentage is higher because the player base at the time was small.
Wilson said in the video on Monday: "I am very happy to see the growth, and the fact is that the number of players we added between 2018 and '19 in terms of game time is basically the same as the number of players in 2015." Call. "This is a big increase. I hope we can maintain the growth time."
These growths do not include mainland China and Taiwan. The reason why these figures have not been disclosed at present is because they have not yet obtained permission from partners in the region, and can only be disclosed with permission. The studio no longer reports a specific number of players, but instead chooses to track player hours or concurrent players (like noticing that there are nearly 200,000 concurrent players at one point in the betrayal).
Path of Exile was launched on PC in 2013, and has since steadily expanded in regions and platforms. It entered Xbox One in 2017 and PlayStation 4 in 2019. It entered China in 2017 and brought the game to a key region where you can enjoy PC free games and action role-playing games. Players enjoy the process of POE Orbs, which will increase their confidence throughout the game.