EverQuest franchise diector Dave Georgeson has confirmed on Twitter that the next EverQuest game is officially titled EverQuest Next. The game was announced under the same moniker way back in 2010, but it was described as a working title only. We’ve heard very little since, although Massively reports development was completely rebooted at least once, so don’t hold your breath; that said, there are hints we may see it this year.
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EverQuest Next Landmark will henceforth be known only as Landmark, according to director of development Dave Georgeson. Speaking in a producer’s letter on the SOE forums, Georgeson said having EverQuest attached to the game “implies a fantasy game, and removing EverQuest Next seemed the best.” All the details of the games are still the same, […]
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Daybreak Games, which purchased Sony Online Entertainment, has cancelled EverQuest Next.