The Seventh Gate is a new Atlas Keystone Passive Skill.
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Introduced 3 pairs of Atlas Gateways to the Atlas Passive Skill Tree. Allocating an Atlas Gateway allows you to allocate its connected Gateway on the other side of the Atlas, and then any Atlas Passive Skills connected from there.
Among other endgame improvements, Path of Exile: Crucible introduces Atlas Gateways – nodes on the Atlas Passive Tree that allow instant travel between two locations. There are three pairs of gateways, each allowing travel from the left side of the tree to the right side or vice versa. Each end of the gateway consumes one Atlas Skill Point to allocate, but using them makes it possible to easily engage with all the content that you want to play, regardless of which side of the tree it’s on.
Often you’ll find yourself in a situation where you want to specialise in leagues that are on entirely different sides of the Atlas tree. Or maybe you want to focus on the type of Altar that isn’t near the leagues you have picked. To solve this, Path of Exile: Crucible introduces Atlas Gateways.
These are nodes that you can allocate on the Atlas tree that allow instant travel between two locations. There are three pairs of gateways, each allowing travel from the left side of the tree to the right side, or vice versa. Each end of the gateway consumes one Atlas skill point to allocate, but will potentially save you large amounts of travel points.
The Seventh Gate causes all possible map crafting options to become available to use while six Atlas Gateways are allocated. This includes the following leagues:
It is unknown whether Warbands and Torment is still in the rotation.
As of version 3.22.0 it is located near the center of the Atlas passive skill tree above the Map cluster.