EverQuest II Articles
EverQuest II players have a lot of new goodies to look forward today with the release of the new Halas Reborn update. Halas Reborn sees the rebirth of the icy zone of Halas, a popular locale in the original EverQuest, which has returned with a few changes and brings with it two new raids, improvements to quest progression through the use of a new "Storyline" tab, a revamp of the game's travel system, PvP updates and more!
MMORPG.com EverQuest II expert Phil James writes this look at EverQuest II and some of the reasons that people who may have missed the game might want to try it out. Today, he focuses on some of the additional features the game has to offer.
Sony Online Entertainment has added an array of new mounts to the EverQuest II Marketplace, and each mount will set you back 2500 Station Cash or $25 for those of you unfamiliar with SOE's Marketplace.
MMORPG.com EverQuest II expert Phil James writes this look at EverQuest II and some of the reasons that people who may have missed the game might want to try it out. Today, he focuses on some of the character and quest elements.
EverQuest II Game Designer Nathan McCall and Zone Artist Stacey Norman took some time to provide a preview of New Halas, the rebirth of the city of Halas, which has been lost since the Rending. Fans of the original EverQuest, should remember the original Halas as an icy-stronghold in Antonica, home to Norrath's barbarians.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced the return of Bristlebane Day, which includes two weeks of festivities beginning today and ending on April 12th. On April 1st (April Fools Day) Norrathians can look forward to a full day of tricky events, including the return of the "Ratical" quest series, the Gigglegibber Scavenger Hunt, and more.
Think you've got the coolest looking character in all of Norrath? Sony Online Entertainment is challenging you to prove it with the announcement of the Mr. and Mrs. Norrath contest!
Sentinel's Fate, the latest expansion to EverQuest II, is now live, sort of. If you're waiting on the digital version you're going to have to wait until February 23rd to snag the new expansion.
According to an announcement made by EverQuestII Community Manager Kiara, players will be able to enjoy bonus XP to all forms of experience gain beginning at 3PM PST today, and ending at 11:59 PM PST on Monday, February 15th.
Sony Online Entertainment has released a slick new trailer showing off the new Battlegrounds feature, which is set to debut next Tuesday, February 16th. Battlegrounds are instanced PvP scenarios a'la World of Warcraft for up to 48 players, with the initial offering featuring cross-server play, three game modes (Capture the Flag, Hold the Relic, and Hold Territory), three maps, and new exclusive armor sets.
Three instanced battleground scenarios will be available in EverQuest II on February 16th, 2010 as Sony Online Entertainment finally catches up to the times by introducing battlegrounds to the game.