Those expecting to hear about the next big update and expansion coming to Grinding Gear Games’ Path of Exile this week will have to wait a bit longer. The developer confirmed on Twitter that it would announce update 3.6.0 on February 19th. It would subsequently launch on March 8th for PC and March 11th for Xbox One.
As for the PS4 version, it was first delayed from its release in December 2018 to February 2019. However, it now seems that it will be out by mid-March. Even then, the developer said that it’s “likely” and didn’t offer a concrete release date. It’s not certain whether the PS4 version will launch with update 3.6.0 included.
Other content is in the works for release throughout the year. Update 3.7.0 is coming in June, followed by update 3.8.0 in September and update 3.9.0 in December. Each will introduce a new League along with new skills, quality of life improvements and much more. The 4.0.0 mega-expansion is out in 2020, though it may not be within the first part of the year. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime, Exiles.
The previous dates for announcement/release we mentioned were estimates, but we’re now close enough to be able to lock in exact dates in PST:
– Feb 19th Announcement.
– Mar 8th Launch on PC.
– Mar 11th Launch on Xbox One.
– For the PS4 launch we expect mid-March is likely.
— Path of Exile (@pathofexile) February 9, 2019