EverQuest is celebrating its 21st birthday with a bonus experience event, in addition to player-designed anniversary quests.
In a brace of letters released to the EverQuest communities, new Darkpaw Studios head Jennifer Chan addressed the community. This comes almost a week after it was announced former head of studio Holly Longdale was stepping down from her role.
In a post on the EverQuest website today, the franchise's executive producer Holly "Windstalker" Longdale has stepped down from her role with the franchise. Technical Director Jennifer Chan will be stepping into the role, having worked alongside Longdale for the past five years, according to the post.
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On the weekend of April 27-28, 2019, Daybreak Games and the Comic-Con Museum will be hosting "a special interactive art exhibit, "EverQuest 20: A Living Legend". Viewers of the exhibit will be able to enjoy artwork and other memorabilia from a number of artists that have worked on the game during its first two decades.
Variety has a new interview with EverQuest's Holly Longdale that deals with the franchise as a whole, kind of a "history of" type of thing, but what piqued our interest is the bit about a possible new entry in the EverQuest franchise. "I would never say that there isn't a world where I wouldn't love to do another co-op or even a single-player experience that tells some of these amazing stories that we've fleshed out over 20 years, but the social dependency is who we are." she said.