Grinding Gear Games keeps moving forward by adjusting the "Path of Exile" items. Here are some items that are being adjusted.
The Path of Exile is famous for the Diablo-like procedural action adventure with a ridiculously large passive skill tree and gems attached to weapons and armor. Despite recent development difficulties during the pandemic, Grinding Gear Games is still making progress and has shared ten items that are being adjusted: five kinds of POE Currency, two gems, amulets, a pair of boots and a shield.
Hotfooted gems change quickly, and may now be spawned at up to 20% speed, which now applies to spell casting and attack speed. This will be very useful for "Path of Exile: Harvest", where players will cultivate enemies one by one to maintain life.
The amulet Ungil's Harmony lost 25% of its critical strike bonus, but now makes critical hits do no harm. However, the result is that it now offers up to 350% chance of a fatal blow. This is very useful for characters who may have other passive skills or abilities. These abilities or abilities have a certain effect and will be activated on critical strike.
"Rattlesnake" is one of the enhanced weapons. The chance of a devastating electric shock will be increased from 15% to 50%, and the electric shock damage will be increased by 300%. Pikachu will be proud of this. Melee buildings that want to cause as much lightning damage as possible must defeat the leader of the Path of Exile known as the Minotaur Guardian.
The Dark Prophet can make the enemy invisible for a short period of time. The weapon now also enables players to resist blindness, the impact will not be great, and POE Orbs can cause serious Malediction to the enemy for the duration of the blinding effect. Deduction.
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