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EverQuest II: Darkness Dawns Trailer

Posted Thu, Jul 25, 2013 by Martuk

We’re just over a week away from the official reveal of EverQuest Next at SOE Live. If you’ve been keeping track of our coverage, you may have noticed one comment from SOE’s Dave Georgeson from our 2012 interview that we found interesting.

"We need to finish up with the Destiny of Velious stuff in EverQuest II first," Georgson said. "We have a very specific plan for the reveal and until the vision can be realized we won't reveal much more about it. We have four pillars to overcome. We've just gotten over one and a half now. But expect more next year. Georgeson then smiled mischievously and laughed, pulling back a bit. "I just can't wait to show you guys."

With the events in the EverQuest II storyline continuing to build in its recently released Darkness Dawns update, how could the story impact what’s to come in EverQuest Next? Check out the trailer below for a peek at the update and stay tuned to our EQHammer website for full coverage from SOE Live in August.


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