The president of Daybreak Games takes to the studio’s official website to inform MMORPG fans that Everquest Next has been cancelled, due to the game simply not being fun.
The August 27th update for ‘Landmark’ will include PvP, armor, weapons, and death, bringing ‘EverQuest Next’ closer to SOE’s goal of flipping the MMO genre upside down.
Many games promise to be sandbox experiences but ‘Landmark’ looks to truly take the term to heart. We got a look at it at E3 2014 and it’s shaping up to be one of the most exciting MMOs on the horizon.
With ‘EverQuest Next Landmark’ moving ever closer to release with its closed beta, SOE is warning players to back up their content while they still can.
Filler content and studio-developed grinding is a thing of the past for MMOs, as SOE’s boss believes sandbox design holds the future of massive multiplayer.
‘EverQuest Next’ plans to be the first MMORPG to support the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Sony Online Entertainment has provided first details for their next endeavor, ‘EverQuest Next’, an MMO experience created by developers and gamers.
Sony Online Entertainment announces that the 13-year MMO landmark ‘EverQuest’ is going free-to-play this Spring, with lots of goodies for fans new and old.
At Fan Faire 2010 Sony is showing a little bit of EverQuest Next, hoping that a glean of their art direction will draw fans’ eyes and build excitement for the next iteration of EverQuest.