EverQuest Next Landmark Twitch livestream shows a castle being constructed

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

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.


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