SOE’s offering incentives for lapsed players to get back into EverQuest, as detailed by its Living Legacy campaign. If you’ve ever trialled or subbed to either the original MMO or its sequel, you can play for free up to the end of July, and you could win up to 20 months’ free subscription. Bargain. Take a look.
GTA modding tool OpenIV is back online after discussions between Rockstar and parent company Take-Two
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Final Fantasy 15 players can look forward to some announcements pertaining to the game in August, says Square.
More and more people are getting sucked into PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
If you were bummed Daybreak Game Company had cancelled EverQuest Next, you might also be a bit down in the dumps over the latest game closure.
Lizard Squad, the notorious hacking group, is claiming responsibility for DDoS attacks on game servers for Planetside 2, Everquest, H1Z1, and more.
This week, EverQuest 2 released an update allowing the creation of “Heroic Characters” that starts at level 85, a boon considering EverQuest is notoriously longwinded. And until October 15, select players can have a free Heroic character (will cost $35 after the promotion) and also enjoy the benefits of the paid gold-level membership without paying […]
The latest EverQuest and EverQuest 2 expansions have been dated by SOE. EverQuest’s Rain of Fear, the 19th expansion to the MMO, will launch on November 28. EverQuest II’s 9th expansion, Chains of Eternity, will launch on November 13. You can find out more information on each expansion through the links. Thanks, TenTonHammer.