Path of Exile: Heist applies to PS4; details

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The prestigious action RPG Path of Exile, the third major expansion in 2020, has been launched on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, and the content has been available on PC and Mac players since the previous version.

As the name suggests, in Heist, players need to hire a team of skilled thieves to help them infiltrate protected facilities and "recycle" valuable POE Currency. To take safety measures, you need to make a careful and thoughtful decision, otherwise the alarm will sound and the guard will suddenly get stuck. Collecting artifacts will always trigger an alarm, and when this happens, players will need to run to the extraction point more than ever. If they can't escape... they will lose everything they managed to steal.

Successfully completing dangerous robberies will pave the way for any thief's ultimate goal-to implement a big killer. You will need to gather resources and information to enable you to visit the factories where the large coup d’état was conducted. To make sure everything goes smoothly, you must also plan which team members should participate and make sure they are well trained and prepared for the work being discussed.

In the Heist Challenge League, you only need to download the game and play the game for free, without "paying for victory." The Heist Challenge League has 13 new NPCs (non-playable characters) with rich background knowledge, upgradeable abilities, and new equipment Items can be modified.

Porto dos Renegados Port is a new urban style area. You can buy POE Exalted Orb immediately when the character progress starts. New item types added: replacement quality gems, unique item replicas, thief's decorations, experimental base types, weapon enchantments and chest ornaments.

Heist is one of Grinding Gear Games' most ambitious expansion ever. Its development began in March, just before the Covid-19 pandemic caused New Zealand to enter a mandatory lockdown.