The Path of Exile Heist will be officially released on September 18th. This is the long-awaited update for players. The main task of players is to complete the heist in the game, but they need to hire some thieves to help them steal rare items and POE Currency. Many people also want to know what changes the Path of Exile has undergone in the past period of time.
Once the Path of Exile Heist League comes out, what will happen to your character.
The "Alliance" in the Path of Exile refers to the role-playing world and server. Each new extension creates a new league, usually named after the corresponding extension.
On September 18, 2020, the heist Alliance will start and end the Harvest Alliance. This conversion makes some players worry about characters they took a long time to build and hone – can you keep them?
The short answer is yes. When the "challenge league" (such as Harvest or Heist, the currently expanded main league) ends, the character will be transferred to the upper league, usually the "standard" league (unless you play hardcore and are not dead, in which case) You will be sent to "Hardcore").
Before players start a new league, they need to create a new character, and the previous character will not disappear. Your map progress, storage items and all other equipment will be transferred to the standard league, and you need to start from the beginning, to a certain extent, POE Exalted Orb can make you more smoothly complete the heist.
The league’s cycle is generally 13 weeks, so the best time to start a new role in the challenge league is to get the most benefit from the expansion at the beginning.
If you’re not sure, check out our book "Path of Exile Heist" to see if it’s right for you, and check out our "Other Path of Exile Exile" guide page, including the cross-play of "Path of Exile" works in a micro-transaction mode.