Path of Exile hits 2 million registered users in two months

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By on March 23, 2013 at 9:24 am

Since launching Path of Exile’s open beta in January, Grinding Gears has attracted more than two million player registrations.

In before all the usual “yeah but how many are active and “yeah but it’s free-to-play” to remind you, gently, that Path of Exile was put together by a brave team of Kiwi indies, who seem both gratified and surprised by its success.

“We’re really pleased with Path of Exile’s reception It blew our expectations out of the water and continues to grow every day,” producer Chris Wilson said. “The continued feedback and support from our fans has been great. We expect to add a lot of new content and features during the open beta period as we approach full release later this year.”

Also: it’s actually pretty sweet. Check it out for yourself.

Source: PC Gamer

3 comments (Leave your own)

“yeah but how many are active and “yeah but it’s free-to-play”

YEAH BUT HOW MANY ARE BANANAS?

 

I started playing but stopped after a day or two after realizing my friends actively grind ARPG’s and MMO’s and don’t play to have fun with others (I wanted a replacement to LoL because I was sick of only playing LoL with friends).

Also I got bored with it. I don’t think the Diablo style of ARPG’s is for me, they seem to be designed around grinding and getting better numbered items rather than having fun. Same thing happened with Titan Quest, got half way through and hadn’t the slightest desire to continue once I realized nothing interesting had happened for a very long time.

 

few of my mates are playing it and loving it, im interested but just concentrating on other games at the moment , i might just wait till a proper release.

 
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