Path Of Exile Separates Its Games Into Seasons: A New Patch

Path of Exile separates its games into seasons, as we know, the first league is coming to an end at the end of this month, which means a new patch is on the horizon: War for the Atlas. Regarding this update’s remarkably features information, reference from here. Last week was a huge one for Path of Exile with the launch of War for the Atlas. According the official trailer, let’s see what’s this update: War for the Atlas.

Path Of Exile: War For The Atlas Official Trailer

Based On MMORPG And Chris Wilson, The Following Is The Newest Interview


MMORPG: Building on the first question, how did the developers fare?
Chris Wilson: The team did a great job. They’ve all participated in a significant number of launch days now and are well prepared to take care of their particular areas of expertise during the day. We’re really grateful for all of the hard work they put in.

MMORPG: How many players would you estimate took part in WFTA? Do you keep tabs on concurrency?
Chris Wilson: Player concurrency between the two expansions is surprisingly close. Despite The Fall of Oriath being years longer in development and having much more marketing, War for the Atlas is rivalling its concurrency figures. With the launch of The Fall of Oriath, we reached so many new players that we’re really happy to have retained through to this expansion.

MMORPG: The last time we checked in, there were a ton of people waiting for the doors to War for the Atlas to open. How did the servers fare?
Chris Wilson: There were no major issues with the servers. We always make sure that we have extra available for any expansion launch. We did encounter some launch day issues but these were resolved relatively quickly. We’re continuing to look at any issues that arise and fix them as soon as we possibly can.

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