Path Of Exile reaches maximum concurrent player count

  • The expansion Siege Of The Atlas was released on February 4, and Path Of Exile has attracted record numbers of players since then. According to PCGamesN, SteamDB has details of the release. Following the release of Siege Of The Atlas, Path Of Exile reached an all-time peak of 158,882 concurrent users. Players swarmed into the game and took part in the quest to collect POE Currency.

    While this is a new milestone, Path Of Exile reached 157,103 players when it launched the Ceremonial League last January. It also hit 155,293 players when it launched Ultimatum League in April. Path Of Exile does not require players to use gold to trade, it has its own POE Currency trading system.

    Grinding Gear Games announced the news on Twitter, saying "We officially set a new record! More players are playing Path Of Exile Siege Of The Atlas now than at any time in Path Of Exile's 10-year history. Thank you very much for your support." Of course, players need to constantly collect POE Currency in the game.

    This massive endgame expansion pack includes a new Atlas system, pinnacle bosses, a massive Atlas passive skill tree, Eldritch implicit endgame crafting, new unique items, Archnemesis Challenge Leagues, and more. Also, POECurrency is a safe and secure site if players want to Buy POE Currency