Path Of Exile Delirium Expansion Delirium Boss, Cluster Jewels, Unique Items, Skills, Passives, Blade Blast, Kinetic Bolt, Simulacrum Atlas

Hot off the heels of the first-ever ExileCon last year, Grinding Gear Games is pushing forward to add more content to Path of Exile. The newest expansion in 2020, Path of Exile: Delirium, promises tougher challenges by way of the Mirror of Delirium, ghostly mists, and monstrous spawns. It’s also expected to be quite rewarding due to the addition of cluster jewels that greatly expand the number of nodes in your passives tree. One of them even leads to a completely distinct playstyle, that of an unarmed monk relying only on your fists.

Path of Exile: Delirium also adds several unique items (such as a unique armor for those who love using banners), skills (such as Kinetic Bolt for wand users), and reworks to the Atlas of Worlds. Oh, and Metamorph content is also going core once the expansion is live. Check out Path of Exile: Delirium‘s trailer below, and read on to learn more about it.

Path of Exile: Delirium

  • The Mirror of Delirium – This strange portal changes the world around you, enveloping it in mists and spawning horrors that pose a challenge.
  • Path of Exile: Delirium’s unique items, cluster jewels, skills, and reworks – There are exciting rewards that await you after successfully tackling Path of Exile: Delirium‘s content. These include jewels that add new passive nodes and various unique items. The expansion will also add several skills and a rework for the Atlas.
  • An interview with Chris Wilson – Grinding Gear Games’ head honcho explains the design philosophy behind the Delirium expansion, player retention, the use of cool graphics and mists, what he thinks about “sequel leagues,” Path of Exile influencing other games such as Wolcen: Lords of Mayhem, and more.

Path of Exile: Delirium will release on March 13, 2020, for PC players. It’ll be available for PS4 and Xbox One owners the following week. You can download the Path of Exile client via its official website or Steam.

All gameplay footage included in the article comes from a preview build for Path of Exile: Delirium. Gameplay may subsequently change as we get closer to the expansion’s release.

Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

Path of Exile: Delirium – An interview with Grinding Gear Games’ Chris Wilson

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