The latest update to Grinding Gear's famous RPG Path of Exile adds a lot of new content. In the Delirium Challenge Alliance, players will encounter flashing illusions around the world, and when approaching these illusions, a flowing mist will be released. The mist is moving outwards, and if you can keep up with it, you will face terrible new enemies, which will provide generous rewards when defeated. The more difficult the challenge is, the more rewarding the player will be. If you want to challenge more difficulty, it is necessary to Buy POE Orbs to arm your character.
My job at Grinding Gear is usually to take a set of game mechanics and rewards and find a story or theme that can unify them. Delirium has always been one of the most interesting projects because this theme-indestructible, crazy madness-opens up many possibilities.
As a visual representation of the Delirium effect, the flowing mist looks simply fantastic. It makes the world seem to change and obscures the ground so that you are not sure whether you have seen the huge and dazzling eyes emerging from the dust.
In addition to the new monsters that emerged while traveling in the fog, the behavior of the monsters already there may also be ... different. "Different" means that they might tear in half, then a terrible entity appears and attack you, then retreat to the body of the original monster. Maybe you just imagined it.
The Passive Tree of the Path of Exile is notorious for its size and complexity. A few years ago, we added jewelry that allowed players to customize passive trees. Delirium is adding new jewels that can be added not only to custom trees, but also to trees. Some of these jewels will even let you add more. Even those that may be extensible, with the addition of new POE Exalted Orb, you might even say that these choices are plentiful.
Of course, the cooked food league doesn't happen in a vacuum. Like all our updates, Delirium contains new skills, projects, and countless other improvements and additions.