EverQuest II Articles
The EverQuest II team is inviting interested All-Access members to come along and check out the beta time locked expansion servers that are now ready for occupation. Devs are looking for player feedback for the new progression servers.
Daybreak Game Studio wants to put players in control of the game they are playing. With that in mind, the EverQuest II team is introducing something called "time-locked progression servers" in both PvE and PvP flavors.
Daybreak Game Company has announced that the Rum Cellar Campaign for EverQuest II is now available for purchase. The new content features two brand new solo zones, three heroic zones, tons of fantastic new loot, new achievements and collections and much more. In addition to the Rum Cellar Campaign, today's update brought a host of other fixes and balances to EQII.
EverQuest II community members have created a new tool to assist the development team in tracking down annoying and persistent bugs in the game. Called the "Issue Tracker", players can use the tool to submit a bug report that will join a queue the team can assess to see which bugs are the most-reported and then work to fix them.
EverQuest II players who want to assist the Daybreak Game Studio developers with testing Rum Cellar can now take part can now do so thanks to the beta going live. Players will need to download the full download via the beta patcher as the streaming download seems to be glitching according to a post on the EQII forum.
MMORPG.com has partnered with Sony Online Entertainment to give away 50 digital collector's edition copies of EverQuest II: Altar of Malice (with bonus unlock of the new Aerakyn player race).
Sony Online Entertainment has announced the release of the eleventh EverQuest II expansion, Altar of Malice. All-Access members have been playing for a couple of weeks, but the expansion is now open to all. Altar of Malice continues the tenth anniversary celebration and brings players a new zone, new adventures, new quests, monsters, gear and much, much more.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced that the EverQuest II expansion, Altar of Malice, is now available to All-Access members who can jump into the game to start adventuring through the eleventh expansion. Players will be able to progress to level 100 and have new quests, gear and zones to explore.
This year marks EverQuest II's tenth anniversary and Sony Online Entertainment is putting together a retrospective look at the game's first decade. To entice people, SOE has released a teaser trailer about the documentary. Check it out!
It's already been ten years since EQII launched and SOE is commemorating the milestone by bringing back Heroes Festival, this time with a host of fun new activities and rewards.
The Everquest 2 site has been updated with news of the just-announced Aerakyn player race. Players will be able to purchase the ability to play as Aerakyn beginning November 11th and a new developer blog is on the site to lay out the unique qualities of the Aerakyn.
The EverQuest II team has posted a new article that gives players information about the forthcoming expansion, Altar of Malice. In addition, pre-purchasing the expansion will net players some nice in-game loot. The expansion comes in both standard and collector's editions.
After deploying the patch later today, EverQuest II users should see some significant performance improvements in several key areas including graphics, playability and overall functionality. The dev team has also indicated that even more performance improvements are in the works and set to be released at a later time.
The EverQuest II team has laid out the details on how the forthcoming SOE All Access pass will look for its players. Included in All Access are seven character slots, member-only loyalty items and more.