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EverQuest Next: Landmark Videos Showcase Tropical Environments and Procedural Content

Posted Mon, Dec 23, 2013 by Martuk

Sony Online Entertainment has posted two new videos for EverQuest Next: Landmark (EQNL), the first of which showcases the creation of tropical environments using the EQNL tools. As is always the case with EQNL, it gets creative and some art is involved.

The second video is a new developer diary featuring Sr. Producer Terry Michaels and Senior Art Director Rosie Rappaport, who delve into the topic of procedurally generated content in EQNL. SOE’s dynamic duo explains how the content generation works and teases of a number of art images from the various environments, including some in-game footage of a rather festive version of Everfrost. Check out both below and tell us what you think.

EQNL heads to alpha in early 2014. You can secure your spot and plant your flag by picking up one of the Founder's Packs.

Source: EQNL YouTube




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