EverQuest and EverQuest II producer’s letters tease ‘unfamiliarly familiar’ expansions for this fall

    
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A one-two punch of prognostication came out of Daybreak yesterday, as EverQuest franchise executive producer Holly Longdale posted a duo of letters detailing the upcoming plans for both of these storied MMORPGs.

In EverQuest’s domain, there’s a Hardcore Heritage dungeon event and free pride bunnies in the store and a “Death, Death, Death” event coming next month. Longdale also teased this year’s “unfamiliarly familiar” expansion, saying, “While it’s REALLY early to be chatting about expansions, we thought we’d let you know that you may want to level up your characters to max. We will be adding five levels for characters this year!”

Likewise, EverQuest II is also getting a “familiar” expansion this fall with 10 new levels added to the game. In the meanwhile, players can enjoy expert versions of Chaos Descending dungeons, the second season of the Nagafen PvP server, free pride bunny familiars, and an updated Scorched Sky festival that kicks off on June 26th.

Daybreak reiterated that it is still planning some sort of weekend fan event for the games, which it now says will take place in 2020.

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David Harrison

Truly sad to see how far EverQuest has fallen. The only thing we can hope for is Daybreak Games going broke, and a better company buying the IP and firing everybody from middle management up to the top… especially Holy. The world would be better place with out her ever being in charge of any games ever again.

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Freddy

Hmm. I am sensing a luclin themed expac for EQ2

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Bruno Brito

I really would like to experience Classic EQ2. Don’t think i will, tho.

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IronSalamander8 .

EQ was my first MMO ever and I have fond memories of it and I did enjoy some of my time in EQ2 but I just don’t have much use for Daybreak being in charge of this, especially after the EQN/Landmark debacle.

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ting

Too bad their EQ2 TLE’s are left completely neglected to simple bug fixes, itemization and balancing issues. If you post anything critical on their forums or discord you’re instantly banned. YEY for free pride bunnies tho!

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Castagere Shaikura

They need to update a lot of eq2’s core features instead of milking money with expansions. Even Wow updated their quest tracker and world map years ago.

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oldandgrumpy

Down to squeezing every last cent out.