Daybreak Games has announced content, pricing, and even release dates for their upcoming expansions for both EverQuest and EverQuest II. While both of these titles are free to play, you'll have to purchase these expansions to gain access to the new content coming to these MMORPGs.
First up, EverQuest: The Broken Mirror. You can catch the full stream reveal here but if you just want the high points then here you go. The new expansion delivers four entirely new expansion zones, three revamped zones, and instanced versions of the Plane of Hate and Plane of Fear that scale for level 75-105 raids. There are also new quests, heroic adventures, missions, bonus raids, spells, AAs (Alternate Advancements), and an Illusion Key Ring for easy illusion access. EverQuest: The Broken Mirror will officially release on Nov. 18. The expansion is priced at $34.99 and available for pre-order now. Collector sets of the expansion are also available and are priced at $89.99 and $139.99. Check out the full listings for all the goodies in each pack.
If you're more the EverQuest II player, we've go a video for you as well. The Terrors of Thalumbra expansion will go live on Nov. 17th. This new overland zone features special quests for Adventure and Tradeskill players, level-agnostic dungeons that scale for players 20-95, a new contested zone, and a realm of heroic dungeons, advance solo dungeons, and raid zones for level 100s. It also introduces the Item Infusion system for upgrading items, an improved Deity system and new best-in-slot relics. Pricing is the same as the original EverQuest expansion offerings but the additional in game items obviously differ so be sure to check out the packages offered here.
Will you be jumping into these expansions? Let us know your thoughts below!
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