Today’s Path of Exile patch adds two new experimental leagues

Path of Exile

By on June 5, 2013 at 4:43 pm

Patch 0.11.0 for Path of Exile drops today, and brings with it two new leagues: Anarchy and Onslaught. For the next four months, these leagues will run alongside Standard and Hardcore leagues.

In Anarchy League, you’ll encounter enemy NPCs who are “corrupted exiles” — in other words, they have the powers and abilities of player characters but are controlled by the enemy and, naturally, trying to kill you. Grinding Gear advises that “if you manage to kill one, they drop a lot of items including a magic or above for each equippable slot.”

Meanwhile, Onslaught League is for people who find the existing Hardcore League too easy. Attack, cast and move speeds are all increased, resulting in the deadliest experience yet.

For more information on these leagues and other things coming in the patch, hit up the official announcement. And to learn all about Path of Exile‘s new AU server, why not read our interview with the developers?

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I am playing this so much atm its almost unhealthy…

 

corrupted exiles the concept is awesome

 
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