Path of Exile has entered the PS4 and ended at the end of last year with the latest Oriath fall expansion.
It turns out that the Taiwan Entertainment Software Association did not lie: Path of Exile entered Sony's PlayStation 4 in December 2018. As always, the Diablo-like ARPG will be free and can choose cosmetic micro-transactions, but there is no message on the PC PS4 cross-play or if your account will cross. I guess neither of them, at least for now. However, if cross-games are implemented, they will not have much impact on the players. Players can still use POE Currency to purchase the equipment they need in the game, and they are likely to be available on both PC and PS4.
Publishing any large game on the PS4 is a huge deal, especially a free-to-play experience that offers near-infinite replayability and a thriving community presence and trading economy. Sony's PS4 has now exceeded 85 million units worldwide, so the installation base is absolutely huge, and due to Tencent's healthy investment, Grinding Gear Games has been able to expand to other platforms.
As a stubborn Diablo fan, I recommend all those interested in any ARPG game to try "Path of Exile". This is a wonderful experience that combines the FF7's material system with the classic isometric trophy grinding mechanism, which may include Path of Exile Currency. All of this is contained in unique character constructs, skills and interesting storylines based on all original legends.
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