The Rate Of Encounter The PoE Four Legendary Beasts Increased
In Path of Exile, GGG said that they're deploying a change that greatly increased the rate that you encounter the four Legendary Beasts that grant access to the Spirit Beast fights.
GGG initially avoided increasing the spawn rate of these beasts until they had deployed Beast Trading, as there were certainly economic implications of much easier economic access to these beasts.
Collectors of path of exile currency will now come across a Beast that grants access to one of the four Spirit Boss fights approximately once per 50 maps. And the Beasts that grant access to Spirit Beasts start appearing in Tier 5, 7, 10 and 13 maps respectively.
GGG have also been working on increasing the difficulty and reward of the Beasts that spawn once per area (the "yellow" ones), so that fights are more challenging. This goes alongside the improvements to their recipes they made recently, though the reward part was deployed first. They're also working on new recipes that use these mods for other rewards.
Let's take a look at the player's point of view:
That would be nice. As a necromancer, most yellows die before I even have a chance to throw a net, and I have yet to see a single necro net.
This change 2 weeks in is much better than how long it took Lich spawn rate to be adjusted. Good on them.
This announcement contains absolutely no information on the spawn rate of the Farrul spirit beast. It may just stay as rare as it is while the others get more common, since all that was announced was that the rate at which one will find any of those beasts is now 1 in 50 maps.
All the post says is that you will get access to one of the beasts approximately 1 in every 50 maps. It doesn't say you will get access to the rarest spirit beast 1 in every 50.
GGG will of course keep working to improve every aspect of the league they can. If you've never tried Path of Exile before, now is a great time to jump in. Keeping an eye on poe buy items
, you will get more gains.
Oznake: Legendary Beasts
19.03.2018. u 06:52 •