You’re new to Path of Exile where you just found out about the importance of loot filters. And you desperately want to get it over, so you can just play the dang video game. I’m with you, don’t you worry. You’ve come to the right place. I want to explain how to install loot filter in Path of Exile , so you never have to worry about them. If you don’t know what a loot filter does yet, let me tell you this: loot on the ground looks like with Poe’s built-in filter, and here’s what it’ll look like after following the steps in this article. It’s much cleaner and hides a lot of the useless junk that you won’t need.
Start by going to the official website for Path of Exile and logging into your account there.
After you have successfully logged in, navigate to the right side of the screen and click on the item filters. Then, under the following item filters header, click on the ladder icon for the item filter. Once you have the game loaded, navigate to the Options menu and select Neversink Regular Softcore. After that, select the large green Follow button.
By doing so, the filter will be added to a list.
From it, you will be able to select it while you are playing the game in the options menu under the game list of item filters. The other softcore filters that Neversink offers collect all of values between one and six so that you have options available to you in the event that you require them in the future. After you have finished doing that, you can go back into the game, press the button to reload the filters, and then just choose the one you wish to use.
It is my recommendation that you begin the game on the usual difficulty setting and gradually increase it to the strictest setting. As you gain experience with the game and become increasingly frustrated by the insane clutter caused by the items that are dropped on the ground. While you’re in this panel, make sure that the box labeled “Hide filtered ground things” is ticked. This will help minimize the strain on your PC and make the game run more smoothly.
That’s all there is to it. You’ll theoretically never have to worry about them again unless you feel the need to customize your own or decide you want a different color scheme. As these filters should hopefully be updated with every new league release, thank you Neversink. If you have any questions about how to install loot filter in Path of Exile, please leave them in the comments. If not, thank you for reading.