Hype is an important part of marketing in the gaming industry and can increase the popularity of upcoming games. The game official continues to hype the release of Path of Exile 2, hoping to increase the popularity of the player community and attract them to buy Chaos Orb. Unfortunately, the delay killed the hype and even the game. The repeated delays of Path of Exile 2 made players lose their patience.

Having said that, another delay in Path of Exile 2 will kill the hype should be a foregone conclusion, and this is a fairly long delay. Besides the common problems related to POE Currency, the bigger question is what impact this will have on the game, and what impact will it have on players buying POE Currency? Like all sequels, Path of Exile 2 should do better in terms of graphics, art direction, gameplay and more content, so as to attract players to buy games to play, and to buy POE Currency.

Another way for Path of Exile 2 to expand its content is to allow players to explore beyond Wraeclast and Oriath. Of course, it does not mean Atlas or some other ultra-dimensional maps. It will become a new location in the game world. Another new thing Path of Exile 2 will have is Ascendencies. The old nineteen will no longer be available and will replaced by the same amount of new content. New era, new danger, new POE Currency trade, so it is fair to have new class progress. This will make players really interested in the game's content and will to buy POE Currency.

Choosing to postpone Path of Exile 2 gave GGG enough breathing space to make sure they are ready for everything. In turn, this means that Path of Exile 2 will have the quality it deserves. Only by improving the quality of the game as much as possible can more and more players attracted to buy POE Currency. The problem is that the delay may make Path of Exile 2 lose its edge against the upcoming competitor, Diablo 4. It is certain that Diablo 2 Resurrected will be the first to be released. If they become popular, it will have a significant impact on the hype and sale of Path of Exile 2. Whether Path of Exile 2 can beat them like its predecessors is a question.