Grinding Gear Games has confirmed that the announced Mac version of "Path of Exile" will be released in September 2020. It will be released with the September expansion of the action role-playing game. The Mac OS version will rely on POE Currency, which is likely to make its Beta stage behind.
The developers planned another annual plan: "Our development cycle usually takes 13 weeks, and during this time we publish an expansion every season. The expansion takes place in March, June, September and December. Expansion due to harvest requires 14 weeks. This means that it will happen later in the month. This may be good for the September extension, but the December extension can be Dangerous Christmas.
September 3.12 will be released 12 weeks after the Harvest expansion. This is a larger alliance than Harvest, so we have to start this expansion about a month ago, but we firmly believe that this time window can be successfully launched. This also means that if all goes well, our December expansion can start early and leave more space before the holidays. "
As announced during Exile Con last November, the Path of Exile will have the right to use a specific macOS version that will utilize the Vulkan rendering engine. "Grinding Gear Games" will now be released next September.
The September extended version also provides a macOS version of "Path of Exile". The hack'n slash game is still one of the most popular free games today (especially on Steam) since it was launched 7 years ago, and the New Zealanders of Grinding Gear Games are among the best. Can be used for many years: it will soon be used on mobile phones and tablets, while "Path of Exile 2" is still under development, POE Trade will bring a new scene spanning seven acts.