Path of Exile Patch 3.13.2 Pushed Back After Issues Were Discovered During Testing


Path of Exile Patch 3.13.2 Pushed Back After Issues Were Discovered During Testing. 

Path of Exile Patch 3.13.2 will not be released this week as originally planned because of an uncovered issue team. Grinding Gear Games tweeted out a short update on the patch and revealed their reason on why they are delaying it,

“Yesterday, we indicated that we expected to post the 3.13.2 Patch this week. We’ve uncovered an issue during testing that’s serious enough not safely to deploy the patch before the holiday weekend in NZ. We will let you know our new ETA soon. Our apologies for the delay.”

The specific date and time for the launch of the patch have not been announced. Patch 3.13.2 was supposed to include multiple performance enhancements before the 3.14 expansion called Ultimatum. There’s a live stream set for April 8, which will reveal Path of Exile 2 and the Ultimatum expansion.

However, not much is known about the Ultimatum other than it’s currently set for launch on PC on April 16. The console launch is anticipated to occur on April 21.

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