(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – EverQuest Next, the upcoming release in the popular game franchise from Sony Online Entertainment, will allow players to have a hand in the creation of the title’s online content.
The game was recently detailed during SOE Live and a platform called “EverQuest Next Landmark” provides gamers with the necessary environmental building tools, according a report from Forbes on Friday.
It’s a refreshing take on an MMO genre which in recent years has been dominated by the likes of games such as World of WarCraft.
“When our team set out to re-design EverQuest Next, we took no prisoners. Just because a system or feature was “in every other MMO” was meaningless to us. Nothing was sacred, and everything was questioned,” recently explained EverQuest Director of Development Dave Georgeson via a community blog post.
EverQuest Next Landmark is set to be launched sometime later this year. Meanwhile, Sony is already accepting beta applications. You can access them here (everquest.com).
According to a report from VG247, classes in the game will include Wizard, Tempest, Rogue, Warrior and Blademaster.