EverQuest Next Landmark Twitch livestream shows a castle being constructed

Saturday, 16th November 2013 21:26 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

EverQuest Next Landmark was shown off during an SOE livestream on Twitch a few days ago, and if you missed out on it like I did, you can rewatch it below. In it, director of development Dave Georgeson, community manager Colette Murphy, and senior producer Terry Michaels chat about the Landmark Founder’s Packs and show off the building tools as associate producer Eric Smith constructs a castle live in-game. The free-to-play title ties into EverQuest Next and neither have been dated.

Watch live video from EverQuestNext on TwitchTV



  1. ultragamer

    This game looks good, next-gen needs more massive multi-player games! Too bad it’s for the PS3.5! I guess I will have to play Destiny.

    People think the console with the better specs will win, but you are not seeing the whole picture. If they cannot run games like this one, Destiny or BF4 with it’s 64v64 online matches smoothly and with stability, it will not succeed. Sony did not invest the same amount of time and energy as Microsoft in improving their network. It is going to bite them in the butt!

    Gamers want a better online experience.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Erthazus

    ^ Your comment does not make any sense at all.

    first of all this game is announced for the PC. Second, PS4′s Online infrastructure is not just better for gaming but have the ability to have games on a console to connect PC and console experience together – DUST 514 as the example. It also connects to the Eve Online experience which is only on the PC and this is the only game on consoles that does that.

    Besides, PS4 is the only system in the world that has DC Universe Online at launch on a console (the first MMO game at launch in history) and for the sake of hilarity. Sony has Sony Online Entertainment that has fantastic online infrastructure and games like Planetside 2 which is also coming to the PS4 and has more players then 64.

    and what is Microsoft? So far, nothing.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. ultragamer

    @2 Are you kidding me? You think Sony has a better online infrastructure versus Microsoft? LOL!

    DCUO is the exact same game from the PS3 but in HD, where is the accomplishment there??? If the PS3 has been running it for years, how is the PS3.5 running it all of a sudden special? That makes no sense.

    Once the Xbox One launches, we will see who has the more stable and smoother online experience.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. viralshag

    Why would DCUO go to another console? Like Planetside 2, it’s a Sony game…

    #4 1 year ago
  5. ultragamer

    “PS4 is the only system in the world that has DC Universe Online at launch on a console”

    @4 +1, that statement makes no sense! And he’s using an old game that has been running on the PS3 for YEARS as an example of the network’s strength?? And I have yet to see any impressions or reports on how DCOU runs on the PS3.5 vs PS3.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. TheWulf


    Uh? They said they had no plans to bring this to the PS3 or PS4. I kind of think that that renders your argument moot.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. Dragon

    They said they had no plans to bring this to the PS3 or PS4 right now.
    Fixed :)

    I don’t think its a stretch to imagine EQN eventually on PS4.

    #7 1 year ago
  8. Darkfield

    @that’s a possibility given the nature of gameplay which is simplified and more action oriented than the classic titles. But I think it’ll boil down to the fact if it can peak enough interest among the mmorpg fans. If it end up worth porting Sony would wan it on their machine.

    #8 1 year ago

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