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EverQuest: Call of the Forsaken – 20th expansion for the MMORPG now available

Wednesday, 9th October 2013 16:52 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

EverQuest: Call of the Forsaken, the 20th expansion for the MMO, has launched.

The expansion includes a new storyline, new zones to explore,enhancements to the game’s mercenary system, and new in-game items and rewards.

EverQuest: Call of the Forsaken content and features include:

  • Mercenary Alternate Advancements – A specialized line of AAs that will enable players to customize the skills of mercenaries and make them even more powerful.
  • Mercenary Gear – The ability for players to manage mercenary equipment and provide them with powerful weapons and armor.
  • Heroic Adventures – Mission-style content offers a unique experience each time players adventure through them, including a chance at new loot, rares and currency you can collect and spend at special merchants.
  • New Zones – All new zones, including West Karana, Neriak 4th Gate, Bixie Warfront, and the Deadhills.
  • Additional Features and Content – New raids and tradeskill recipes , additional shared Bank Slots, all new spells, alternate advancements (AAs) and powerful gear.

EverQuest: Call of the Forsaken is available for $39.99 and you can also pick up the Collector’s Edition, which includes several in-game bonus items, for $89.99.

Standard and Collector’s Edition items include:

STANDARD EDITION

Journeyman’s Pocketed Rucksack: 32 Slot Bag
Gargoyle Statue: House and Yard Item
Tirun House Pet / Familiar
Painting: Naythox Thex
Painting: Cristanos Thex
Mark of Neriak: Neriak Neon Sign

COLLECTOR’S EDITION

Journeyman’s Pocketed Rucksack: 32 Slot Bag
Gargoyle Statue: House and Yard Item
Tirun House Pet / Familiar
Painting: Naythox Thex
Painting: Cristanos Thex
Mark of Neriak: Neriak Neon Sign
Honeycomb Satchel: 36 Slot Bag
Hive of the Bixie: Bixie Honeycomb House
Mount: Ethernere Wurm
Contract of the Bixie: Bixie Mercenary

Screenshots are below.

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  1. XanderZane

    This is for the original EverQuest or EQ2? I can’t believe people are still playing the original EverQuest. I thought that game got shut down after EQ2 was released. Are there still people playing Asheron’s Call? I played the sequel AC2 for about 10 months and then everyone baled on the game because it didn’t have any high-level content.

    #1 10 months ago