In Path of Exile, you can customize weapons and gear, socketing in gems and making other tweaks as you battle map after map of monsters. But in what could be one of the most interesting innovations for action-role-playing games in years, Grinding Gear Games also lets you customize maps, adding new areas and bosses for the endgame.
Maps (also called end-game maps) are the main type of endgame content in Path of Exile. By placing them in a map device, maps can be consumed to create a randomized instance in which monsters can be fought. It should be noted that players cannot use maps until they have access to the Templar Laboratory, which can be accessed in the Epilogue after Act 10.
There are 16 tiers of maps, each tier corresponding to an area level. Moving from one group of map tiers to the next often imposes a challenge as the higher tier maps becomes harder to sustain. The Maps can be rated by level of Layout or Boss. Layout ratings have 3 different type: A, B, and C while Boss ratings are devided to level 1 to 5.
As you create new maps, you'll uncover portions of the massive map which show a large game world to uncover. The more maps you uncover, the more of the game space you see. Map system gives you map items, which take you to new area, and each has a boss. Find your way to the centre through new paths and discover new challenges along the way.
Maps, since they are items, have an economic aspect to them. "For the uninitiated, Path of Exile features items known as Map tiles which are a part of a comprehensive map system. These tiles can be taken to a special device that will create portals to procedurally-generated levels that house new challenges and loot. Similar to the Nephalem Rifts in Diablo III, these are micro dungeons that are high risk, high reward."
If a player has three maps of the same type, these maps may be sold to a vendor to receive one map in exchange. This newly acquired map is one tier higher and follows the atlas map progression path.
The latest-released Map Stash Tab provides "an efficient way to store maps. Maps can be organized by tiers and base type as well as be tossed into "sub-tabs" for each individual type map (with shaped and unique ones separate).
One Map Stash Tab can store the equivalent of dozens of regular Stash Tabs and comes with the added convenience of an in-built sorting system. It's also possible to name your tabs and make them public for trading! If you have legacy maps from Path of Exile's past, you can right click on your Map Tab while it's empty to change what series of maps it is set to, as it can only hold maps from one series at a time. Different series are indicated by different background map art.
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