The Path of Exile 3.21 will release earlier this April, right in time once you’re done with the Diablo 4 beta. In addition, the Grinding Gear Games developer will unveil the Crucible Challenge League and loads of more in-game content in an upcoming live stream.
Path of Exile Crucible will be the latest challenge league expansion to the title, which will release with the game’s new 3.21 patch. More content updates are expected to be revealed in the live stream on their Twitch Channel on March 30, 2023, at 12 pm PDT.
In their recently released ‘name reveal’ trailer, we can see a demonic character walking towards a mysterious forge, followed by a giant pit filling with lava under the statue of a person. In this new expansion, we may be able to collect unique resources that will further allow us to create personalized yet unique items during seasonal events.
Taking it back to the previous leagues, Path of Exile the Forbidden Sanctum, turned out to be one of the most popular expansions of the title in a long time. It was majorly a success due to the balanced base updates, a significant improvement to enhance the consistency and extensive of loot items, and players enjoying rebalancing the enemy modifiers. This major success of the Forbidden Sanctum mode has permanently made it part of future Path of Exile leagues. However, it won’t happen in the new 3.21 update as the Sanctum league is further extended till April 4.
The upcoming Path of Exile 3.21 update is set to release on April 7, 2023, for Mac and PC. On the other hand, the Xbox and PlayStation consoles will have to wait till April 12, 2023, for the Crucible expansion. Even though the Path of Exile 3.21 Crucible will be a free-to-play game for PC, it may include some in-game purchasable content like cosmetic additions and packs for actual currency.