Grinding Gear Games announced that its critically-acclaimed action RPG Path of Exile has seen unprecedented success following the launch of the game’s second expansion, Forsaken Masters. As of today Path of Exile celebrates seven million players.
Exceeding expectations of Grinding Gear Games, Path of Exile has reached a new level of success. Less than one month after the game’s official release in Taiwan, Path of Exile saw over one million new Taiwanese account registrations — a number steadily growing after an incredibly successful Open Beta and launch. Published by Garena Online, the Taiwanese version of Path of Exile features traditional Chinese language support as well as a number of Taiwan-exclusive micro transaction options. Path of Exile went live in Taiwan on August 14, 2014.
Much of the game’s ongoing success is due to the acclaim of its latest expansion, Forsaken Masters, as well as Grinding Gear Games’ steadfast devotion to keeping Path of Exile updated with new content, which includes a new expansion every few months. Boasting a wealth of new and engaging content, Forsaken Masters has been “extremely well-received” by both new and existing players of Path of Exile, bringing the worldwide total of registered players to well over seven million. Path of Exile also saw a record-breaking number of concurrent players within the past month, reaching a peak of 154,000 players online simultaneously.
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