The latest Path of Exile expansion, Legion, has just been announced. Players get the chance to fight five armies from the dungeon crawler's past and enjoy a overtake to melee battle. This league will give both veterans and new players something to think about and very fun to be had.
Five Old Legions
When players enter the monolith sitting in the middle of the new content for Legion they will be transported to the Domain for Timeless Conflict. When they are there, they have a certain amount of time to attack as many enemies as possible. Enemies are frozen until the timer runs out, so all enemy players will notice life and attack them. This gives them the chance to strategize: reputation to summon as many enemies as possible and risk being overwhelmed or choosing and choosing which enemies to bash?
Some of these monsters will release Splinters when they are killed, where each army gets its own corresponding splinter. By collecting 50 of these together in an emblem, an army will be assembled via the Map unit. Players need between two and five emblems to activate the new content and it can take days to serve all these splinters.
There are also 12 new unique things that come with a set of skills that are already attached. Auka's will can call zombies without corpse and make your zombies count as corpses. Voll's Protector is an older item that received a Legion upgrade, making it useful for players who want to build tanky.
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New Combat, Updated Tutorial
Exile Road receives a major battle overhaul in an attempt to make the game feel less "lumpy". Attack animations can be canceled, motion competencies activated immediately, and nearby attacks hit several different enemies.
Since Path of Exile was released in 2013, developers have continued to rely on new content while neglecting some of the previous things. The tutorial has undergone several different incarnations throughout life. The managers were super difficult and had to be attacked in the right pattern, making it difficult for new players to learn the skills. An audit was used, which makes these managers much easier to kill. As the years passed, these bosses began to break down with more abilities that just stopped working. With Legion PoE developers have decided to go back and make them early game bosses difficult again. Each player now has a lot of time to gain access to the mobility skills of the game so they can dodge and weave incoming attacks. This will hopefully make the early game feel a little more rewarding and draw more players into the video game that is consistently growing year by year.
The long-awaited 4.0.0 Path of Exile update will be announced on ExileCon, a new convention dedicated to the game on November 16 and 17.
Exilens väg Legion launches on June 7 on PC.