Although Grinding Gear Games successfully released the Path of Exile Ultimatum extension, the effect it showed did not satisfy players and developers. Because of serious server problems and strong feedback from players, a series of adverse chain reactions occurred. Fortunately, most problems now seem to have been resolved. When the new extension became available, too many players were scrambling to log in to the game, causing many players to get stuck in the log-in queue. Some smart players took advantage of that time to buy many Path of Exile Currency.
According to the situation at the time, in addition to the players already in the new expansion, everyone else stuck in the login queue must wait at least two hours before they can successfully enter the game. We can also see the prosperous Path of Exile. The game team also explained in subsequent posts many of the problems they faced on the day they released the new extension. Server instability is also expected, although they have expected such a situation, but there is not much time to optimize this aspect of the problem.
Now the problem has finally been resolved. Even if there are any major events to play in the new expansion of Path of Exile, it is unlikely that players will wait so long to enjoy them. The game team has arranged some POE live broadcasts as part of a paid marketing campaign, further complicating the headaches that have been a headache since the release to Japan. These broadcasters encountered the same login queue problem as other players in getting paid to play the game.
GGG can also fully understand the players who are dissatisfied with the server problem. They make sure to provide a fair playing environment for all players. The loyal Path of Exile should also continue to support the development team and buy some POE Currency to carry out their own game activities in the new expansion and work hard to develop in a good direction.