Thanks to MMORPG.com's Nanfoodle for pointing out a brand new video by the Landmark team that showcases some of the incredible creations made by players and how the building process has evolved over the past year. Dave Georgeson also goes into some detail about the major development milestones added throughout the year. Check it out and be amazed!
In a short, but meaningful, post on the Landmark forum, Dave "Smokejumper" Georgeson acknowledges that the team should have better prepared players for combat in Landmark. Choosing, he says, to get input from the community releasing it in its early form without that preparation was a mistake.
The Landmark team was on hand the other day to show off some of the big changes coming to the game in the 'monster update', the final patch before the end of the year. Team members chatted about salvaging, monsters and caves while showing off game play elements of those and more. See what you think and leave us a comment or two.
The Landmark team will be hosting a live stream event at 4:00 p.m. PDT / 7:00 p.m. EDT to talk about all the latest news and more talk about Kerran. You can take part by joining the Landmark Twitch.tv channel at the appointed hour.
Our own Bill Murphy will be joined by Dave Georgeson and Terry Michaels from SOE to go over the latest additions to Landmark, as well as some news on the updates coming in the near future! Click through for full details.
Landmark players can now take advantage of Sony Online Entertainment's Player Studio. Creators are invited to save their best ideas and, upon SOE approval, be able to see them placed in the Marketplace to sell for real-world cash.
Beginning right about now (7:00 pm EST / 4:00 pm PST), the Landmark team will be on hand to talk about the game, the latest happenings and additions as well as announcements and more. Today's spotlight poll will be the age old question of Dark Elves or Dwarves.
Sony Online Entertainment and the Landmark team have released a fantastic new video to shine the spotlight on the creativity of the game. The video shows off some amazing creations including sky castles and even spaceships. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments.
Landmark fans will want to tune into the game's official Twitch channel to check out all the latest happenings during the Live! broadcast. The team has plans to spotlight player construction, screens, videos and much more. Join the channel at 4:00 pm PST / 7:00 pm EST.
Join the Landmark team today via the game's official Twitch.tv channel to check out the latest happenings from the beta as well as view player creations in game. The broadcast is scheduled for 4:00 pm PST / 7:00 pm EST today!
Sony Online Entertainment has announced that it will be launching Player Studio into Landmark on or before May 1st. Player Studio will be available to North American players and to players in specific locations outside NA once it rolls out. Player Studio allows players to create in-game items that, on SOE approval, can then be sold to other players with profits being split between SOE and the creator.
Sony Online Entertainment has announced that after a successful alpha run, EverQuest Next: Landmark has officially entered closed beta testing. In preparation for today's CBT launch, alpha servers were wiped, though players were able to save templates of all of the things created during alpha for redeployment in the beta.
Sony Online Entertainment and the EverQuest Next: Landmark team have announced that the alpha run of the game is ready to end and that the closed beta is just around the corner and slated to begin on Wednesday, March 26th. The final day of alpha testing is on Sunday, March 23rd and the team highly recommends that players make templates of their creations as there will be a full wipe prior to the start of the beta.