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  • Blog Post: Daybreak Cancels EverQuest Next

    Daybreak, the MMO company that broke off from Sony in February 2015 , has announced that a major project has been canceled. EverQuest Next has been canceled. When it was announced in August 2013 , Daybreak (then Sony Online Entertainment) laid out enormous vision for the game. Players would build in... More
  • Blog Post: Daybreak Shifts Focus From Landmark To EverQuest Next, No Guarantee Of Release This Year

    Daybreak Games (formerly Sony Online Entertainment) has announced a significant shift in the EverQuest team's focus. Landmark, Daybreak's EverQuest sandbox, has been the priority for months. Moving forward, the team is turning its attention to EverQuest Next. Landmark will continue to feed into... More
  • Blog Post: Layoffs At Everquest Next Studio, Including Director Of Development Dave Georgeson

    Last week, Sony and investment firm Columbus Nova announced that Sony Online Entertainment had been sold . The studio responsible for DC Universe Online, Everquest, Planetside, and the upcoming H1Z1, has been renamed. Now it seems, staffing changes are underway that reported see significant departure... More
  • Blog Post: Landmark Adds Combat To The Mix

    The ever-evolving Landmark has long been a place to explore, craft, and create, but now combat has finally arrived. We took a peek at Landmark to check in on how things are going at PAX Prime 2014. Monsters haven’t arrived just yet and are probably a few months down the line, but players are now... More
  • Blog Post: You’ll Need A 64-Bit Operating System For EverQuest Next Landmark

    Earlier today, we shared with you our first impressions of the new NDA-free EverQuest Next Landmark . Shortly after that piece was published, the series’ director of development, Dave Georgeson shared some technical information on the game. “Another News Flash: Landmark is going to have to... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Are Your Views On Subscription-Based Games?

    When we think of subscription-based games, we typically look toward MMOs. As we grow closer to the release of The Elder Scrolls Online, which will carry a subscription, and EverQuest Next, which will be free-to-play, it’s time to look at the shifting landscape. EverQuest II, Star Wars: The Old... More
  • Blog Post: SOE Confirms PS4 Everquest Next & Talks Star Wars Galaxies

    Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley recently divulged the company's plans for Everquest Next on PS4 and how it plans to appeal to Star Wars Galaxies fans. Responding to fans in an "Ask Me Anything" session, Smedley was straight up about Everquest Next appearing on the PS4 at... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Online Considering One-Price Subscription For All Its Games

    Soon, you may be able to get premium access to all of Sony Online's stable of games, including Planetside 2 and the upcoming Everquest Next, for one monthly fee. On Reddit, SOE head John Smedley detailed the company's possible plans: "We are considering (and are likely going to move forward... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Details Seventeenth EverQuest Expansion

    Despite Sony Online’s annual Fan Faire event having drawn to a close, more news about SOE’s flagship franchise broke this morning. A seventeenth expansion has been announced, titled EverQuest House of Thule. An official description can be found below: The adventure continues across Norrath... More
  • Blog Post: EverQuest Next Revealed During Sony Online Panel

    Sony Online's Fan Faire is going on right now in Las Vegas, and the company just gave some morsels of info to EverQuest fans. The next title is currently being referred to as EverQuest Next, and it's going to be a reimagining of the MMO series. Details are scarce, but it was mentioned that this... More
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