The await Path of Exile on PlayStation four simply bought a bit of longer. Developer Grinding Gear Games has introduced that the PlayStation four version will not launch in December as deliberate.
In a blog post, the developer apologised for the delay, and defined that the studio “underestimated the amount of work it would take to finish the certification process during the busy Christmas period.”
Grinding Gear is now anticipating to complete the certification course of by January, with the sport doubtlessly launching in early February on PS4. The studio will not be sitting by idly twiddling its thumbs between every now and then, because the studio mentioned the additional time will permit the developer to additional enhance Path of Exile’s efficiency and body price for PS4.
“Again, we’re very sorry about this,” the studio mentioned. “We promise that Path of Exile will be awesome on PlayStation 4 when it is released early next year.”
A free-to-play role-playing recreation, Path of Exile initially launched in 2013, and right here at GameSpot we gave it our PC Game of the Year that year. The Xbox One model got here out in 2017. In May 2018, Chinese web and gaming big Tencent acquired Grinding Gear Games, however the firm claims to proceed to function independently.
While Path of Exile is now not coming to PS4 in December, the sport will welcome a brand new growth, Betrayal, that month. For heaps extra, try GameSpot’s in-depth coverage of Betrayal here, whilst you can try the announcement trailer within the embed above.