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About the game:
Title: EverQuest 2
Status: Released Graphics: 3D
Developer: Sony Online Entertainment
Publisher: Sony Online Entertainment

Explosive Features:

  • Great graphics and sound
  • Large game word
  • Lots of quests, skills, and content

EverQuest II is a free to play 3D fantasy MMORPG based upon the popular Everquest. The game was originally released back in 2004 as a subscription-based, but was re-released in July 2010 as a free to play game.

Available free content includes the base game and all expansions up to and including EverQuest II Sentinel’s Fate as well as the brand new Freeport Reborn game update. The game’s eighth overall expansion – Age of Discovery – is also now available for purchase as a digital download, and introduces the fan-favorite Beastlord class and Dungeon Maker feature!

All new free players will have two character slots to max out at level 90. Some game features will be restricted, including available races, bag slots, spell tiers, equipment grades and more.

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System requirements

EverQuest II Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, or 8
Processor: Pentium 4 1.0 GHz or AMD Equivalent
Memory Ram: 512MB
Hard Disk Space: At least 6GB of free Space
Video Card: 64 MB 3D Graphics Card

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  1. the dude on December 24, 2014


  2. rdgsdf on December 24, 2014

    im thinking of downloading a game. either eq2 r dragons prophet.im looking for graphics,community and content

    • mrepicgamer on January 3, 2015

      I really enjoy Dragon’s Prophet. It has great features, good graphics, and a nice community that is almost always willing to help you out.

      The only downside is that if you have a laptop that you will be playing the game on, it may lag. I play on a laptop and it’s never too noticeable, but if you’re looking for extremely smooth play this might not be perfect.

  3. Rolan on December 7, 2013

    Free-roam or Instance-based?

  4. ryan on April 20, 2013

    are they bringing back star wars galaxies? i want to know because i missed that game so much

  5. cannan on March 25, 2013

    lol it wont play on a note book because it needs a 3D graphics card

  6. gamejunkie on September 13, 2011

    As one of the first successful MMORPGs out there I expected abit more when they decided to make a F2P version of everquest. It’s alot like WoW and PW, the graphics are sub par, the music is ok and there lots of quests to do. great variety (if you pay) and good customization options. The biggest drawback is that if you don’t want to pay you won’t have access to most of the game period. Theres a gold cap, a lvl cap, ability cap and you only get to choose a small fraction of the races and classes available. IMO if everquest wants to compete in the MMO game market these days it might want to offer a little more for non-paying users.

  7. Nymphilis on August 24, 2011

    despite the min requirements, this game will not play on a netbook…bs

  8. Reg on November 12, 2013

    EQ2 has just today released it’s latest expansion – Tears of Veeshan.

    This is a Level 95 xpac with a revamped itemization. I’ve been playing since 2009 and love it.

    A little on the entire EQ2 game: They’ve just changed the F2P restrictions again so you get more for free.

    All F2P players can now carry as much coin as they want, have all their bag slots available and most importantly, wear any level of equipment and items (before it was restricted to mid tier gear without unlockers)

    There’s 3 levels of “membership”, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Bronze is compeltely free, but has some restrictions to chat channels, can’t access the broker to buy or sell and some other stuff. Not critical for playing, but kinda annoying.

    Silver costs a one time $5, and releases the chat restrictions, allows you to buy on the broker (but can’t sell things without unlockers) and gives you some more character slots.

    Gold gives you some freebies each month, a minor stat buff to experience, coin drops and mount speed, allows you to sell on the broker for free, and most importantly, allows you to move your experience slider to determine how much experience goes in Alternative Advancement points (AAs).

    You can buy Kronos off other players (bought for $17 from SOE) to consume as 1 months Gold Subsciption, so rich players can play as Gold for free.

    Great game, good graphics for age (although they’re CPU intensive) and well worth a look for free.

  9. bluezone on January 3, 2012

    The new Free to play option for EQ2 is actually a lot better. F2P users can play to highest level (90), you get every expansion for the game free except the two newest, and a lot more. Even as a F2P user you still will never get close to completing all of the quests. This game has 8 years of updates that have brought in loads of new features. The graphics are gorgeous, along with the character animations. One of the best new features that has been recently released is the dungeon maker system that allows the player to make dungeons of their very own, providing a limitless amount of dungeons. Other features include player housing, mounts(flying and ground), huge game world, 20 races and 25 classes, a large very friendly community, 100’s of areas to explore, epic raids. I’ve played many MMO’s, F2P and P2P, and I must say this is the greatest and most polished one out there. If your looking for a game that has thought of everything (you can even play in first person) then look no further than Everquest.

  10. Ayrid on December 21, 2012

    Key Points about Everquest 2: Player population seems to be mature MMOers – Im talking 30 years old to over 70 years old (I hope I can click a keyboard when I get into my golden years.) If you have a good system with the best graphic card – EQ2 Graphics are AMAZING – I have played almost every MMO out there over the past 15 years and EQ2 blows them out of the water – IF your computer can do it. Gear itemization is extremely detailed along with character stats and character development. This gives each player class a huge margin of diversity – and having the ability to have two totally different character specs – just enhances your playability with your characters. Also new is that the soe developers have torn down that wall between players and development and actually listen to the player base and change things accordingly. With new content or features updated two or more times a year – Everquest 2 is a game that has perpetual substance and playability. Its a game that many players come back to, after trying all the others.


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