Atlas Objectives will replace Daily Missions and feature heavily in the base game.
Path of Exile’s update 3.5 and the new Betrayal League are out in two weeks. In the meantime, Grinding Gear Games has been detailing each new feature coming with the update. Today, we learn more about Atlas Objectives. The old Masters have disappeared and been replaced by League Masters like Niko (Delve), Alva (Incursion), and Einhar (Bestiary).
The different Leagues and their activities have been rolled into the core game and have replaced Daily Missions. The new system is called Atlas Objectives, and showcases different markers on the Atlas of Worlds where a Master may be present. They’ll have a mission available in that section, which refresh every day. Encountering Masters randomly is still a thing, so don’t worry.
Atlas Objectives will appear each day, but they can also generate when a map is completed. Depending on the last map run in the corresponding League, the map tier of the Atlas Objective will be loosely based on it. If an Atlas Objective has been added for one Master but you still have one for a different Master, then the preexisting Master will move to a new location.
Path of Exile’s Betrayal is out on December 7th for PC and December 10th for Xbox One and PS4. The game itself also releases on December 7th for PS4, so stay tuned for more updates on what’s coming with Betrayal.