path of exile currency- Path of Exile: A Beginner’s Guide to the Atlas December 25, 2017 2:20 AM
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path of exile currency- Path of Exile: A Beginner’s Guide to the Atlas path of exile currency -With the release of War for the Atlas, a new Path of Exile expansion focused entirely on maps and other endgame content, it’s never been a better time to learn how the Atlas works. Bear in mind that the Atlas is incredibly complicated, and if you’re a new player, it’s completely reasonable to be confused about certain features of the Atlas until you experience it for yourself. The Atlas is the endgame for Path of Exile. When you finish the story, around level 70, you gain access to ‘maps,’ which are new zones to run. These are all part of the Atlas, which is really just a large collection of maps that serve as a visual representation of the locations you are visiting. The Atlas can be accessed from several locations in the game, but primarily you’ll be accessing it through your hideout. Once you finish the story, you’ll be asked to run a map by Zana, who will offer you one. Upon completion, you can invite her to your hideout, where she gives you your own personal map device that lets you safely open maps there. All of the maps start at tier one, and progress all the way to tier 16. Each of the tier one maps start in the corner of the maps, and you’ll move towards the center, gaining tiers and difficulty as you go. As you make your way through the Atlas, you will encounter all the enemies you fought throughout the story, as well as some new mobs. Same goes for bosses. There are 157 maps on the Atlas, and they’re all packed to the brim with things that want to kill you.
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