Hideouts Can Keep Your Collections In Path Of Exile

In Path of Exile, the hideout is a special area players can design for themselves. It is awarded for leveling any master to level 3. Players can invite up to seven masters to their hideout and decorate it with items bought from the masters for special points called “Favour”.

Hideouts can be visited using the /hideout command while in town, or from any waypoint. The waypoint for the hideout is found in the bottom right corner of the map, but only appears for players when they are at a waypoint.

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This new feature allows players to have an area their character can call home. Aside from offering storage for their chaos orbs poe, Hideouts are also integral to the masters system introduced by the update. These new NPCs take up residence in a player’s Hideout while offering their unique services.

A hideout

As an integral part of the Master system, players can acquire a Hideout through these special NPCs. Once a master reaches level 3, he or she will offer the character his or her Hideout. From that point on, the character can use the Hideout their own. Players can travel to their haven through its own waypoint. Note that the tileset for each Hideout fits the theme of the master tied to it.

Initially, only the player and all his characters in the same league can access the Hideout. However, access to friends, party members and guildmates can be granted. A Hideout can hold a maximum of 32 players at a time.

Aside from storing items, Hideouts also house masters. Without any expansions, a Hideout can house only two of these special NPCs. However, when the latter reaches levels six and eight, the Hideout can be upgraded to hold three or four masters respectively. The masters also offer decorations that can be placed in the Hideout. These are “bought” using Favor. Like with the Hideout, each master has decorations that fir his or her theme.

Modifying your hideout

Perhaps the most important part of Hideouts is the ability to modify, buy, and sell Path of Exile Currency from masters. When a character talks to a master in his or her hideout, they will be allowed to place that master’s Crafting Bench. The benches masters use level up along with them. As the levels go higher, the more options it will have. Note that guests in a Hideout cannot use the owner’s Crafting Benches.