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Wings and Back Attachments Multisale This Weekend in Path of Exile

Path of Exile 3.6 Synthesis League

Grinding Gear Games is holding a huge sale on most Wings and Back Attachment microtransactions this weekend. GGG has also taken the time to announce some new microtransactions for different styles of cosmetics, which you can take a look at over here.

One downside though, the sale does not cover any of the newest cosmetics released during the Synthesis League cycle of new content.

Check out the sale here. And if you want, we’ve included a few preview videos of some of the better looking items down below. There are dozens of different options to choose from, they’ll be up for just the weekend, so get cracking. The deals will be available until 8 PM PST on April 1 (Monday) or 05:00 CET on 2 April (Tuesday).

First up are the sleek and metallic Faith Guard Wings, adding a bit of celestial flair to your POE look.

Then the much more sinister Gore Raven Wings, if you’re looking to be a bit more brutal with your style.

Another choice for a more evil look in Path of Exile’s cosmetics is of course the Dragon Hunter Wings

If you’re looking for something a little simpler though, maybe go for the Malachai Cloak in a call back to an iconic POE bad guy.

In other news, Grinding Gear Games has been doing a great job with Path of Exile 3.6 and Synthesis League. The game just launched on the PS4, and the developer headed to reddit to do an AMA on that very topic, answering fan questions. They also recently released the 3.6.3 patch to the game, which nerfed farming Memories in Synthesis League, and fixed some major bugs. The company has also announced some changes to ongoing community spotlight video series’.

Path of Exile is out now on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and is entirely free-to-play.

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