Grinding Gear Games recently released an expansion pack for Path Of Exile, which resulted in the game’s highest number of concurrent players since its 2013 release. There are also many players who are actively buying POE Currency to play the game better. The expansion Siege Of The Atlas was released on February 4, and Path Of Exile has attracted record numbers of players since then. Following the release of Siege Of The Atlas, Path of Exile reached an all-time peak of 158,882 concurrent users.

While this is a new milestone, it also reached 157,103 players when Path of Exile launched ritual league last year. It also hits 155,293 players when it launched Ultimatum League in April. Grinding Gear Games announced the news on Twitter, saying they have officially set a new record! Players love the new expansion and POE Currency Buy ready for better performance.

According to the Path of Exile webpage, more players are playing Path of Exile: Siege Of The Altas now than in Path of Exile’s ten-year history. They are very grateful to the players for their support. Siege Of The Altas contains two new Eldritch Horrors threatening to consume the Atlas of Worlds. Join Commander Kirac’s militia to defend Atlas and the Wraeclast itself against these celestial foes.

This massive endgame expansion pack contains the new Atlas system, pinnacle bosses, a huge Atlas passive skill tree, Eldritch implicit endgame crafting, new unique items, the Archnemesis Challenge league, and more. If players want to Buy POE Currency in the new expansion, they need to prepare enough Path of Exile Archnemesis Currency at Go!