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EverQuest II Passport Q&A with Dave Georgeson

Posted Tue, May 04, 2010 by B. de la Durantaye

Sony Online Entertainment has long been an industry leader when it comes to establishing a diverse set of subscription options for players. So it was no surprise that when SOE announced their newest offering earlier this month, the EverQuest II Passport, it got a lot of people talking. Ten Ton Hammer decided to do a bit of talking of our own, specifically with EverQuest II Senior Producer Dave Georgeson about the new Passport, its reception so far, and whether we can expect to see the same concept applied to other current or future SOE titles.

EQ2 just keeps getting better, but it’s been around for six years now. Players that left the fold a year or more ago might not realize what they’re missing, or they might think a new expansion sounds cool, but they don’t want to resubscribe right away. This lets them try the game out again without committing…and then they can see what they were missing.

Continue reading Ten Ton Hammer’s exclusive EverQuest II Passport Q&A with Dave Georgeson.


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