EverQuest 2 Producer's Letter Teases Content Coming This Summer
Yesterday, EverQuest 2's Producer, Holly "Windstalker" Longdale, dropped the Summer 2019 letter offering players a look at everything from new dungeons and events to PvP server seasons... and bunnies!
Players have a lot to look forward to this summer, including the return of the Scorched Sky celebration. There will also be new expert versions of the heroic dungeons in the Chaos Descending expansion. This also means players can look forward to new rewards.
For PvP players, the second season of Nagafen PvP will kick off on July 16.
And, as mentioned, there are bunnies. Starting June 21, players can pick up Pride-themed bunny familiars from the in-game store for free. Of course, there's plenty more to come this summer and you can read all about it in the Producer's Letter on the EverQuest 2 blog.
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