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Path of Exile coming to PlayStation 4 next month

Path of Exile coming to PlayStation 4 in December 2018 (Source: Path of Exile on Twitter)
Path of Exile coming to PlayStation 4 in December (Source: Path of Exile on Twitter)
Available for Microsoft Windows since October 2013, Path of Exile finally became available on Xbox One consoles in August 2017. Now, the PlayStation 4 version is finally (almost) ready to roll out, as it should arrive — if everything works as expected — by the end of next month. Sadly, cross-platform support is not in the cards yet.

If you missed it in the half-decade since it has been out of the Beta stage for Microsoft Windows users and if you also happen to be a Diablo fan, you really need to take a closer look at Path of Exile. This free-to-play title made its debut in October 2013 on Windows PCs, and it needed almost 4 years to reach the Xbox One console (August 2017). Next month, PlayStation 4 gamers will finally be able to play it as well.

This is the message bearing the good news that has recently been posted on Twitter: "We are proud to announce that Path of Exile is coming to @PlayStation 4! As you know, we're releasing our 3.5.0 expansion on December 7 and we're planning to launch it on PlayStation in December also. Check out the PlayStation trailer below!"

As you can see for yourselves, this short trailer is quite comprehensive, especially for those new to this game who can discover the impressive character development tree that includes more than 1,300 skills. Sadly, the Path of Exile team made it clear that no cross-platform play support is coming in the foreseeable future so Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamers will play on separate servers.


Path of Exile (on Twitter)

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Codrut Nistor, 2018-11- 6 (Update: 2018-11- 6)