Path Of Exile Introduced 19 Ascendancy Character Classes

Set in a dark fantasy world called Wraeclast, Path of Exile can be regarded as the spiritual successor of Diablo 2. With seven classes of characters (one available after you complete the game once), you can play this Action Role Playing Game your own way. Mysteries unfold and shiny loots drop all over the place as you progress into the game. Grinding Gear Games, the developer of PoE, strictly follows the free to play model. But once again, when you are hooked enough, you will see yourself buying some cosmetic items for your Marauder. This game never ceases to amaze you even after investing 2000 hours into it.

The online ARPG by Grinding Gear Games, Path Of Exile: Ascendancy, has introduced Ascendancy character classes each with its own additional Ascendancy Skill Tree to master. Well, technically we could call them skill forests because good gosh are they dense.

Path of Exile offers the players seven different character classes to choose from (Marauder, Ranger, Witch, Duelist, Templar, Shadow, Scion).

In total there are 19 new classes, which breaks down to about 3 new expanded classes that stack with the original 7 classes. The only class that appears to not get 3 choices is the Scion class, since she is already a special hybrid mix of all the other classes she appears to only get a single Ascension class choice.

Choosing an Ascendancy class after completing the Labyrinth for the first time allows the player to gain access to a new Ascendancy skill tree specific for the class chosen. Are you excited to know the big update currently? It must be a pleasant journey. Just gather PoE currency for sale on U4GM to start your wonderful experience. If you have difficulty in buying PoE orbs, our 24/7 Live Chat will help you once you contact us. Have fun!

And despite its many different classes, the game doesn’t restrict you quite as much as you might think when it comes to weapons and armor. Due to the skill forest for each character it affords players a lot of opportunities to mix and match gear and find a play-style that best suits them.