Who says Landmark isn’t very EverQuest-y? In fact, a stroll through the sandbox right now will yield quite the assortment of Qeynos buildings thanks to the latest building theme. Join MassivelyOP’s MJ as she tours houses, towers, blacksmith shops, and more — all with a Qeynosian flair that would fit right into Norrath.
Don’t touch that dial! OPTV‘s infamous Stream Team is live at 7:00 p.m.!
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 7:00 p.m. EST on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015
Enjoy the show!
Too many Tuesdays have gone by without some EverQuest Two-sday adventures, a situation MassivelyOP’s MJ aims to fix right now! Tonight she dives back into the wonderful world of Norrath. Now the question is, with so many, many things to do, what on earth will she choose? Will it be another dungeon, leveling her little Paladin, or more questing in the newest expansion?
Tune in live at 9:00 p.m. as OPTV‘s infamous Stream Team brings you…
What: EverQuest II
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 9:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, February 24th, 2015
Enjoy the show!
It’s been said that The Secret World is more like a single-player game. And it’s true: You can definitely enjoy many aspects of the game solo or with just a friend or two. But there may also come a time when you want to be a part of a larger group, especially when trying to run nightmare-mode dungeons or crawl through the lairs. In that case, a cabal becomes pretty desirable. Just like guilds in other games, TSW’s cabals are a conglomeration of fans who usually have a common thread that ties them together, be it play times, playstyles, or whatever else. (It wouldn’t surprise me to see a cabal of just fashionistas!) The trick is actually finding folks who have those commonalities.
That’s where the player-run Cabal Pride event on February 21st comes in. Starting at 2:00 p.m. EST on Saturday, this event is all about matching unguilded players with potential cabals.
It’s been quite a week! And not just for Massively Overpowered. Right as our original site was sunsetting, SOE announced that it was bought out and would be doing business under the new moniker Daybreak Games Company. Talk about shaking things up! Breaking free of Sony and going under the umbrella of an investment firm is just a wee bit of a change, and it is one that understandably had players nervous about future of the studio’s games. What will happen to the older titles like EverQuest and PlanetSide? What about those in development like EverQuest Next and H1Z1? CEO John Smedley assured players via Twitter that all the games will continue on. Time will tell. However, there was one immediate casualty in this whole changeover: SOE Live. And then in a huge punch to the fan gut came many more casualties in the form of multiple dev layoffs.
What will this all mean for players? As far as the convention side of things, a group of fans refuse to let 2015 go by without an annual gathering of
SOE Daybreak Games players and is organizing a summer get-together. But will we even have games to celebrate come summer?