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  • Chinese tech outfit Tencent has acquired many stake in Path of Exile developer Grinding Gear Games with an undisclosed fee.

    The move was announced within an Q&A on the Path of Exile forums, where Grinding Gear reassured fans it can remain an impartial company pursuing the deal.

    In short, it means the New Zealand-based studio continue to make all of the Tera PS4 Items key decisions with regards to developing and operating the free-to-pay online RPG.

    "We spoke to CEOs of other individuals that Tencent has purchased, and also have been assured that Tencent hasn't tried to hinder game design or operations over and above China. We retain full power over Path of Exile and may only make changes that people feel are perfect for the game," reads the forum post.

    "We are already approached by many potential acquirers over the past five years, but always felt they didn't understand Path of Exile, or that they can had other agendas. Tencent's agenda is see-through: to provide us the resources to generate Path of Exile just like it can be."

    The move means Tencent can also add Path of Exile with a game roster that features popular titles like League of Legends and Clash of Clans.

    As hinted within the Q&A, furthermore, it means the corporation will be able to help shape the Chinese version of Path of Exile by requesting trial features, although Grinding Gear again remarked that it'll only unveil those the latest features worldwide whenever they prove to https://www.mmoah.com/tera/tera-items
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Tencent acquires majority in Path of Exile dev Grinding Gear


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