Kiwi action RPG smash Path of Exile is coming to Xbox One on August 25.
The game will go live at 9am NZT / 7am AEST.
It's a free-to-play title, but you can support its continued development via a brand new (optional) starter pack. Inside are 200 points to spend in the cosmetics store, the First Blood Weapon Effect, and an Extra Stash Tab to get you on your way in Wraeclast.
In May, we travelled to Grinding Gear Games to see the studio's plans for the game, and you can read all about them here.
According to Steam Spy, Path of Exile is Steam's eighth most played game of the past two weeks.
The isometric title only stands to become more popular, too: the number of hours players poured into it skyrocketed a staggering 44 percent in 2016, with more than a million players slashing their way through its dungeons last December alone.
The average session time in Path of Exile is five hours. Not bad for a game that went into open beta in 2013.
The game's latest and largest expansion, Fall of Oriath dropped earlier this year, and it will soon be launched into the massive and massively lucrative Chinese market with the help of publishing giant TenCent.