Sony Cease Distribution of Everquest Online Game
TOKYO – EverQuest Online Adventures for PlayStation 2, which celebrate the ninth anniversary last month, but will not survive until the next age, because it will be stopped.
EverQuest Online Adventure (image: Photobucket)
Sony Online Entertainment this week announced a four-game suspension made by him, including a game genre massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) first made for home consoles.
EverQuest Online Adventures, and three other PC online games, namely Infantry, Star Chamber: Harbinger Saga, and Cosmic Rift, will be permanently revoked on March 29 that will come.
As reported by Gamespot, Monday (03/05/2012). Sony have said they expect to have some sort of celebration for players EverQuest Online Adventure as a sign of an end game, though no details more details.
“Each of these games share a special place in our hearts and players. This is not an easy decision, but there are times when the best for our developers are proceeding to the next adventure, and that day has come,” Sony said in a statement.
EverQuest Online Adventures players are now allowed to play the game the last month without paying a subscription fee, and the chance of three-month gold membership for EverQuest and EverQuest II on PCs.