EverQuest II Producer's Letter Outlines the Road Ahead

Posted Wed, Apr 06, 2011 by Martuk

If you're curious to know what SOE has in store for EverQuest II (EQII) in 2011, Producer Dave “SmokeJumper” Georgeson has revealed some new information that will make any EQII fan giddy. In his "Letter from the Producer" for April, Georgeson outlined some of the future content plans with a bit of a wide stroke to give players a glimpse at what the team has in store.

Georgeson states that the Destiny of Velious expansion will be the biggest and best that the team has ever made and vows that new content will be released regularly that will continue to tell the story of the "Age's End Prophecy" saga.

The Age’s End story gets really big before it’s done and it’s going to take us a good chunk of time to tell it all, but we’ll do so by releasing chapters of it every few months and building the story a bit at a time. Velious is a big place, and so is this story. It’ll be a good ride.

Some other things that the letter notes to look for are the return of the gods of Norrath, gameplay improvements, and some new "outside the box" features.

Source: EverQuest II April "Letter from the Producer"


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