EverQuest II toasts a new Brewday and moves its Fallen Gate server forward

What does the color green, beer, and garish carousels have in common? EverQuest II’s Brewday, of course! It must be from one of those Elf sub-sub-races, you know, the Sprite-rish.

Anyway, Brewfest is raging in EverQuest II from March 6th through the 19th, bringing back the previous round of refreshments and quests while adding some new crafting items and Brew Barrel Carousel set for players to use in their homes. Sadly, this looks to be more cosmetic than an actual ride, but you can always twirl your monitor around and pretend.

In other EQ2 news, the Fallen Gate progression server just unlocked the Echoes of Faydwer expansion. This gives players on that shard a lot more to work with, including the Alternate Advancement class trees, more crafting professions, and six heritage rewards that will transfer to live servers.

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Blinkenn
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Blinkenn

Soo.. what’s this new Unreal 4 game Daybreak San Diego is hiring for?
https://www.daybreakgames.com/careers?p=jobs
“an unannounced AAA title based on a popular world-class IP”

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Nick

After everything Daybreak has done to date with every one of their titles Im not spending a dime on anything they release. The most you can hope for is a game thats a massive cash shop grab thats fun for 2 months tops.

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oldandgrumpy

another me too game is all.

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Serrenity

There’s a lot on that page for an unannounced project.

I just hope its not some EQ-themed Battle Royale or MOBA or something stupid like that.

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Sleepy

Two narrative designers in there with all the other stuff, so it’s probably not an arena game

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Serrenity

I have no faith that Andrew Eisen would actually invest in a new MMO from a … ya know, MMO company. But I’m still hoping for EverQuest – the next chapter.