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PATH OF EXILE LOOT FILTERS GUIDE

There are so many loot filters you can choose from, but there are only a few that can be considered great—especially for beginners. Using loot filters is essential when playing Path of Exile, especially if you’re planning to play all the way to the endgame content. The premise of item sorters is to be flexible to each player according to their needs, so if you’re looking for certain filters that are designed for racing or for a certain class, then we’ve got you covered. We’ll be showing you the best PoE items drop sorters to use in various situations like for farming PoE Currency and PoE Orbs plus a general overview of what they are.

Path of Exile Loot Filters Guide

What Are Loot Filters?

Loot filters allow you to customize which item labels you want to be displayed in your inventory. Whether it’s the color of the text, drop sound effects, size of the text, or certain items for your class, you can choose which of the resources you want to be displayed. This automatically hides any potentially bad items that you’ll get—or ones that aren’t necessary for your class. By completely hiding certain item drops that you don’t need, this sorts out your inventory and makes it look more organized. However, do note that this will remove your ability to pick up hidden items unless you hold down the item drop hotkey for a good second.

Best Path of Exile Loot Filters to Use

With all kinds of loot dropping in Path of Exile, the helpfulness of item filters can make sorting through the treasure much faster compared to tediously sifting through your items one by one. While you can make a custom filter for yourself, the only drawback is that it’s pretty time-consuming to make. As such, we’ve rounded up a list of the best Path of Exile items drop sorters you can use.

StupidFatHobbit’s Loot Filter

StupidFatHobbit’s l is primarily designed for racers. But it’s doesn’t fall short when it comes to mapping and end game content either. The filter automatically transitions as you level up, do some mapping, and when you’ve reached the endgame. There are 3 presets in StupidFatHobbit’s items sorter: General, Strict, and Uberstrict. You can use it from level 1-100 with ease and without doing any modifications at all, making it an item sorter that you should consider using.

Neversink’s Loot Filter                                                         

Neversink’s item sorter is one of the most widely known filters in Path of Exile. Designed to serve as an all-in-one leveling plus endgame item sorter, this extremely versatile filter gives strong visual cues in order to distinguish a good treasure to a god-tier item drop. Neversink’s loot filter has preset that you can select ranging from Soft to Uber-Strict, making it flexible and great for new players or low-level characters. As such, the loot filter is commonly used throughout the community and is considered to be the best one due to its user-friendliness.

Greengroove’s Loot Filter

Greengroove’s offers a ton of features and presets—making it a favorite for both beginners and advanced players. With five unique options for you to choose from such as: Leveling, Caster, Endgame, Racing, and Magic Find, the customization it provides for players is top tier. There are also special audio cues for certain drops. To add an extra depth of customizability, Greengroove’s item sorter can be switched to six different color themes: Amethyst, Antlantisite, Bloodstone, Jade, Zoisite, and Game Like. Undoubtedly, this filter is perfect for whatever stage you are in the game.

And there you have it! The three best item sorters you can use to make your life easier when farming items for PoE currency and PoE orbs. Are there some notable loot filters that we’ve left out? Let us know by leaving a comment or two to let us know!