Over a year ago rumors were swirling that Daybreak Games was in possession of a Marvel license, and that they may be working on a Marvel MMO. While it's rare that we work off of rumors that can't wholly be substantiated, in the Enad Global 7 investor presentation, it all but proves that either sometime in the past, or even currently, Daybreak Games acquired licensing from Marvel.
EG7 has reportedly acquired Daybreak Game Company, the developers responsible for Everquest, H1Z1 and more, in a deal worth $300 million, according to new reports.
Unicorns, Blink dogs and Cooshees are just some of the fantastical new monsters that you can battle against in the new Dungeons and Dragons Online update, Fables of the Feywild. Myth and legend is alive and well in this new update, now available for purchase.
EverQuest 2 has released their latest update, GU 115: Reignite the Flames, on August 25th. The new update features new content, and new rewards, for hungry EverQuest 2 players.
Today it was announced that Daybreak Games has acquired Cold Iron Studios, which is currently working on a cross platform game set in the Alien universe. The undisclosed game in question will continue its development despite the acquisition.
An open letter from the community of Infantry Online to Daybreak Game Company has surfaced, requesting assisting in ensuring the longevity the game.
In a cheerful reminder tweet to DC Universe players, Episode 38: Wonderverse, launched on July 30th on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Be sure to check out the wonderment of the Wonder Women as they attempt to heal the broken multiverse.
Daybreak's Holly Longdale has left the company, and has joined Blizzard where she is working on World of Warcraft Classic.
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.