Many even consider POE Currency for a spiritual successor to Diablo 2, thanks to its darker plotlines, gothic environments, and its complex gear itemization and character skill progression.
David Brevik, a lead programmer for Diablo 2, recently moved over to help steer Path of Exile, and lovers of both games couldn't have been thrilled to find that the man in charge of an old favorite game currently working in their new favorite.
Discussing the narrative of Diablo 3 is a contentious subject for several reasons.
On the flip side, POE Trade Currency is much darker in its assumption and doesn't shy away from powerful themes and interesting plot development. More importantly, playing Path of Exile feels more like enjoying a sequel to Diablo 2 than Diablo 3 ever has. Beyond this, it is more than simply nostalgia for a of a story from the 1990s that has players captivated, its also the gameplay along with the loot.