A full reveal of the 3.21 expansion is set for March 30th at noon PDT with co-founder Chris Wilson answering a live Q&A afterwards.
Grinding Gear Games will instead explain balance changes on livestream and release patch notes on the day of the announcement.
The 3.22 expansion will also be revealed at ExileCon in July, and Grinding Gear Games has a "lot planned" leading to Path of Exile 2's release.
The Unique Relics add special rules for a level 80+ Sanctum run, causing the final boss to drop new items, among other effects.
Explore the Sanctum below Fellshrine Ruins, spending Resolve to traverse unique layouts while suffering Afflictions and Accursed Pacts.
The next expansion for the free-to-play action RPG will go live on December 9th for PC and December 14th for Xbox and PlayStation.
Along with the next Challenge League, Grinding Gear Games also promises a "small additional announcement" to start the livestream.
It will be revealed a week before release in a new livestream, though dates could change depending on any development issues.
A live Q&A with founder Chris Wilson will be held post-reveal. The expansion goes live on May 13th (PDT) for PC and May 18th (PDT) for consoles.
The latest expansion for the free-to-play action RPG adds four new bosses, a revamped Atlas of Worlds progression, and a new Atlas passive tree.
The endgame expansion features a total revamp of the Atlas of Worlds, removing Regions and replacing its Watchstones with Voidstones.
The League will be going live on February 4th for PC along with the new Siege of the Atlas expansion. More details coming January 27th.
"They" are on the way and could present a new endgame challenge in the Atlas of Worlds for both Standard and Seasonal players.
Fill the Blood Crucible and shift into an alternate Wraeclast to battle the Scourge. Corrupt items, including uniques, for powerful benefits.
A new teaser trailer for the action RPG's next big league and expansion has been released. The full reveal livestream is slated for October 14th.
Grinding Gear Games' Chris Wilson will appear on the Baeclast podcast to discuss the "past, present and future" of the game.
Grinding Gear Games' Chris Wilson also acknowledges that peak concurrent players is 23 percent less compared to the game's all-time record.
The mode is currently live on PC and will return on weekends after Expedition launches. It features 90 skills and a custom skill tree.
The expansion sees players excavating dig sites with explosives to unearth artifacts. Major balance changes to skills and flasks also being made.
The latest patch and League for Grinding Gear Games' free-to-play action RPG is looking to make some big changes to the meta.