Path of Exile, a free-to-play ARPG that draws its inspiration from Diablo 2 and features a frankly ridiculous amount of viable character builds, spell combinations, and most importantly, content to enjoy. U4GM thought the game is one of the best dungeon crawler games on Steam. Here we’ll list some major reasons.
Frequent content updates and patches
Patches are quite regular, and new content (free expansions, unique “leagues” with special content, new unique items, new skills) are also very regular.
Not pay to win
The developers have a strict “no pay to win” mindset on this game, which is greatsince everyone has a fair chance at winning. Microtransactions are almost exclusively cosmetic, but can also get additional stash tabs (NOT inventory space), non combat pets and weapon graphics. Note that free accounts already start off with a lot of stash space. Does it sound like interesting and exciting? It seems that fighting with excellent players is so cool! Just make sure to visit our site regularly to gather PoE currency at reasonable price for you.
Expansive skill tree
While it may be difficult to take in at first the skill tree in Path of Exile is quite expansive allowing for many areas of the characters skills to be customized. The tree is so large there are numerous guides online on how to build specific optimized characters as well as an unofficial companion app for Android.
More customization than any action RPG ever made
The passive tree (more aptly named giant passive web of insanity) has more options with real depth and great customization than any other game. This allows for hundreds or even thousands of potential unique “character builds”, especially when combined with the hundreds of unique items (to which they keep adding more regularly).
Completely free to download and play
Just install steam and download the game. No purchase required and the only thing locked behind paywalls is cosmetic accessories and inventory slots of which you can waste money on cosmetics, but you won’t fall behind if you don’t want to spend money.