The mobile version of the popular free RPG Path of Exile was announced at ExileCon this weekend in Auckland. From the outset, developers at Grinding Gear Games described the title as "experimental" in nature, which raised questions about whether or not it would be released.
Grinding Gear founder Chris Wilson told GameSpot that he hoped to launch Path of Exile mobile, but not until the company could answer important questions about what the game was about. The studio has created a slice of the game aimed at what hardcore fans want to see, but where it goes – if Grinding Gear decides to continue the project – remains to be seen.
"I'd definitely like to release it ̵
The path to exile Mobile was announced during ExileCon's main note of a silly cheek-language trailer entertaining are some of the popular trends in the mobile gaming industry. Path of Exile Mobile will not have the elements of profit to win and is being developed internally unlike any other studio.
Message Trailer Worth Watching – Check it out in the embedded video above.
The Road to Exile Mobile was just one of the big revelations at ExileCon this weekend. Grinding Gear also announced Path of Exile 2, a new extension for the base game and more. For more information on all the big discoveries, check out GameSpot's newsletter below.
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