Path of Exile, the free-to-play online action RPG (and our 2013 PC game of the year winner) is still going strong–following the Fall of Oriath expansion earlier this year, there’s already another expansion on the way. Called War for the Atlas, the focus this time is on expanding the end-game experience for longtime players. Today, GM2V will focus on introduce 32 New Maps in War for the Atlas.
The Atlas has been redrawn. Find your way to the centre through new paths and discover new challenges along the way. War for the Atlas adds 32 maps to Path of Exile’s ever-evolving end-game.
War for the Atlas will add 32 new maps. For the uninitiated, ‘maps’ are endgame content—you can’t access the ‘Atlas’ of maps until you’ve finished the game. Grinding Gear Games is also making some adjustments to the Atlas in the new expansion. Several maps are going to be moved around slightly, and the rarities of other maps have been tweaked as well. For example, Graveyard and Dungeon will be tier one maps in War for the Atlas, instead of their current status as tier four maps. Beach and Desert will swap rarity values—Beach will be a tier one map, and Desert will be a tier two map.
The 32 new maps slated for inclusion in War for the Atlas brings the total map count up to 158. As long as the current systems remain unchanged, this means it will be much easier to sustain high tier maps.
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