Grinding Gear Games’ free-to-play ARPG Path of Exile is making its way to Xbox One later this year bringing with it all five existing expansions as well as new content that will be released later this year. This includes the 3.0.0 expansion as well as Act V.




According to GGG’s Chris Wilson, the game’s port has been in the works for over a year in an effort to make the experience equivalent to the current PC version.

“For three years, PC players have enjoyed Path of Exile’s visceral combat, deep character customization and addictive item hunt. We have spent over a year adapting Path of Exile specifically to the Xbox One, creating an experience equivalent to playing with mouse and keyboard on PC.”

No exact date has been given for the Xbox One release, so your current guesses are as good as ours. That said, we’ll keep you up to date on progress as we hear it.

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  1. Manosnaruto on January 19, 2017

    Why not on the ps4 as well? That’s a pity.

    • Shudows on January 19, 2017

      Windows to xbox one is much easier then windows to ps4 🙂

      • Lagwin1980 on January 19, 2017

        Xbox one is windows 10?, so windows to windows really.

        As far as i know the ps4 is openGL, so if/when a port comes to the PS4, then all the Linux and mac nuts will be jumping all over the PC version as well because they will finally get support

  2. Lagwin1980 on January 18, 2017

    It could come out with 3.0.0, i don’t think it takes as much work as some people believe it did…mostly balance, and reworking skills and implementing the systems (maybe adding new ones)

    A lot of moaning on the official announcement thread and reddit

    I can’t see it being a bad thing what with the xbox being a windows device using directX, so all the performance improvements we have been getting and the ones still to come will probably be because of the xbox…there is space there for game balance improvements which people have been whining about for ages, and then you have a possible trade system finally being implemented

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