Since Path of Exile entered 2021, it has released two very interesting extensions called Echo of Atlas and Ultimatum. The former differs from most of the seasonal leagues we have seen released by Grinding Gear Games for several reasons. For starters, this alliance came later than expected. Grinding Gear Games scheduled to launch on December 11th. Although this move has hit the enthusiasm of players and the enthusiasm for buying POE Currency, it is correct considering the long-term development of the game.
After the 3.13 expansion released in January of this year, most Path of Exile fans have more enthusiasm and motivation to study the Ritual League deeply. Its special feature is not only that they delayed its release for one month. They also released it with a new endgame expansion pack called Echoes of the Atlas, which adds further depth to the already extensive endgame process. It also allows players who previously gave up playing POE to return in droves. Although the 3.13 extension is not as full of loopholes as the previous Heist, Grinding Gear Games stated they found that because of the excessive number of players online, excessive server pressure caused server instability and some players crashed multiple times.
Despite the collapse, after a weekend of games, many players once again devoted themselves to Path of Exile. When thoroughly understanding all aspects of this game, the vast majority of players are still rookies, but this is not entirely their fault. Because these seasonal leagues almost always introduce new game mechanics after the league ends and add them to the core game rotation, and since 2013, about four new mechanics have been added every year, there are many things worth considering. So players will not master all its mechanisms and gameplay so quickly and easily.
So far, Path of Exile will release 3.15 extension in mid-July. Time flies, but the fire of enthusiasm among players has never extinguished. There are already many smart players who have purchased many POE Currency and Exalted Orb in advance, and are always paying attention to the latest expansion information. Speed up!