Posted Mon, Nov 04, 2013 by Martuk
If you’ve been around the MMOG circle for a while, you probably know who Brad “Aradune Mithra” McQuaid is. When McQuaid was with Verant Interactive, he was one of the key figures behind the development of EverQuest. McQuaid later co-founded Sigil Entertainment, which was responsible for the initial development of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes. While the MMORPG was a promising one, it was mired in one of the more disappointing launches and controversial endings to a developer.
McQuaid later returned to SOE where he worked for a short time again on Vanguard before moving back to the EverQuest team. Now he’s out on his own again and looking to develop another new MMORPG with the help of Kickstarter. In a recent string of Twitter posts, McQuaid invited fans to ask their questions via email about the new game. The questions will be answered during the upcoming Kickstarter video and in future interviews.
Kickstarter video will be an interview w/ me. We want to include questions from all of you, so this will be a good format. Unused....— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) October 31, 2013
Unused questions will either be used in future interviews and/or be answered in our FAQ on our future web page. Super specific questions...— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) October 31, 2013
will likely be answered later as opposed to sooner. Please email your questions to [email protected] -- we're excited to start this...— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) October 31, 2013
dialog with our future players! We hope to have our kickstarter page up in the next 3 weeks or so.— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) October 31, 2013
While little is known about the project currently, McQuaid did confirm that it will be a high fantasy niche title.
The game is high fantasy and if you've played EQ 1 and/or Vanguard, you've got a general idea of what the game's about and what kind of...— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) October 31, 2013
@B_Blackburn21 niche!— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) November 1, 2013
The last thing McQuaid talked about is the usual goal of most of his games of not being a jack-of-all-trades and master of none.
I should also add that if you are a younger player & didn't play EQ or VG, but you want a challenging game & not a game that tries to be...— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) November 1, 2013
all things to all players, then you should feel right at home too, so please send us some questions as well :)— Brad McQuaid (@Aradune) November 1, 2013
Source: Brad McQuaid Twitter