As the developer explained in a new blog post, the original release date now coincides with the new release date of Cyberpunk 2077. The release date of Path of Exile 3.13 has been delayed to January 2021, but the robbery remains It can bring a lot of fun to players, and it is also a good experience to win a lot of POE Currency by completing the heist.
Designer Chris Wilson wrote on the new blog: "Yesterday, Projekt Red announced that the record "Cyberpunk 2077" will be released on December 10. "We don't want our players to be here. We decided to quit the game, choose between the two games, and postpone the release of "Path of Exile" 3.13 to January.
We previously set the release date for the 3.13 extension on December 11. Yesterday, Pro Proktkt Red CD announced that Cyberpunk 2077 will be released on December 10. We decided to postpone the release of "Path of Exile 3.13" to January. Wilson said that the development team still hopes that "Path of Exile" 3.13 can be completed in early December to mid-December, but the development team will start the 3.14 expansion within one month of the delay.
Grinding Gear Games will hold several weeks of activities for the exiles during the Christmas and New Year holidays to change the planned expansion plan. The developer also warned that the lag will have a slight domino effect and may cause POE Items to change slightly in 2021 to accommodate the lag. At the same time, at least until CD Projekt Red's own social media team is shocked by this, the final lagging shockwave of Cyberpunk 2077 is still being felt.