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Will of a Tyrant - EverQuest II Game Update

Posted Wed, Dec 16, 2009 by Medawky

While most game patches are content heavy and create more issues than they solve, EverQuest II reverses that trend with Game Update 54 - Will of a Tyrant. The newest content addition features a staggering number of bug fixes, item updates and game tweaks, as well as the newest in a series of live events that transition players into the upcoming Sentinel's Fate expansion. Join Medawky this week as he dives into the update and gets down and dirty in Norrath.
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Game updates, patches, and chapters--these are different names for essentially the same mechanic, an infusion of new content into an existing game. Such additions are usually chock full of goodies designed to entice players to stay invested as well as to advance the storyline. Most gamers would scoff at a content update that featured a total of two quest and some bug fixes, but EverQuest II players aren’t most players and EverQuest II isn’t your typical MMOG.
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