Game Everquest Become a F2P Game After 13 Years

Sony Online Entertainment announced that to celebrate thebirthday-13, one of the world’s first MMORPG, Everquest game will move into the business model of free-to-play (F2P), or free.

Sony Online Entertainment announced that to celebrate thebirthday-13, one of the world’s first MMORPG, Everquest game will move into the business model of free-to-play (F2P), or free. The gameplay is recently getting GDC 2012 Online Awards Hall of Fame is also still serves the players who still wish to subscribe. Even now the player can choose to subscribe or not all of them interchangeably.

Director of Development Everquest, Dave Georgeson said that over the past 13 years, Everquest has entered into one of the elite ranks of MMO games and have a very loyal player community. By kerna, according to Georgeson, now is the time Everquest gave preference to his players the option to enjoy this game as they wish. In addition, Everqust also hold various events to celebrate the birthday-13 is.
Everquest Online is a MMORPG game developed and publishedby Sony Online Entertainment. Many elements in the game Everquest text taken from the multi-user dungeon (MUD). This game was much inspired by the traditional games such as Dungeon & Dragons RPG. In EverQuest, players will be able to select the desired character of the one in which there are sixteen races in the game and will be able to choose the desired character classes and adventurous world of explore Norrath . Everquest makes the player can interact with others, join a society, or even to duel with other players. Everquest has received numerous awards as an exciting online games such as Game of the Year award in 1999 and 2008 by the Technology & Engineering Emmy Award.

For more information, sign up and download client, you can visit the official website of Everquest.

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  1. Posted March 19, 2012 at 8:06 am

    Good to know.

  2. Posted March 19, 2012 at 8:40 am


  3. Posted March 19, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    wow good post :)

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