Grab the Path of Exile open beta client from our file library, right here

Path of Exile

By on January 25, 2013 at 12:08 pm

UPDATE: Cas has just replaced the old file with a new one compressed down to 2GB instead of 5GB. The links below now go to this new file!

Now that our overnight download of Path of Exile‘s open beta client has finally finished, our main man Cas has whacked it up on the File Library for you all to download and save yourself a) 5GB of quota, and b) from having to thrash Grinding Gears’ servers over and over like everybody else.

So! Click here to download the Path of Exile open beta client from our file library. Enjoy!

“What the hell is Path of Exile,” you mutter? Watch this trailer and be enlightened (then, come back here and download it).

7 comments (Leave your own)

Cheers Cas

Less than one hour to download :)

 

Thanks GON!

 

Sure, comes out after updated my client! :P

 

undeadgamer:
Cheers Cas

Less than one hour to download :)

^this

 

New link will be up in a few mins, early bird package was over 5GB. New one is a tad over 2GB :).

Edit:
http://games.on.net/file/51622/

Article will be updated shortly to reflect new link

 

Far out, this game feels so damn sluggish.

Needs Aussie servers badly.

 

Totally agree with that…..ping is terrible on the singapore server. The first boss gliched out and was standing there like lemon and not moving at all lol

 
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