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SOE Launches New EQ2 Site

Posted Tue, Nov 14, 2006 by LadySirse

Sony Online Entertainment announces the re-launch of their EverQuest II players website

A press release was sent to bring more deatil about this new website...

Since its introduction in 2004, EQ2Players.com has been the source for the EQ2 player community to list and view their characters' achievements in the rich fantasy world of EverQuest II. This site redesign will unveil a new look that will provide players with more detailed and extensive leader boards, as well as more detailed character and item info. A new feature has also been added; for the first time dynamic spell lists will now be available for all player classes, so when player characters level up and acquire new spells, these listings will be automatically updated on the site.

As part of this exciting new redesign, EQ2Players.com will offer all of its services for a free two week trial.

Head over and try out the new site today. Do you like the changes? Let us know in the Ten Ton Hammer Forums.


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