The Moon Of Luclin Is Now Open To Visitors In EverQuest II
EverQuest II's sixteenth expansion went live today, granting players the ability to visit the moon of Luclin for the first time in the franchise's history. Of course, the visit won't just be for kicks. Instead, players will be defending Norrath from the Shissar, an invading snake-like race originating from the satellite.
The update adds all kinds of new content for players to enjoy, including new adventure quests, achievements, collections, new zones, and increased level caps -- both adventure and tradeskill.
Zone wise, players are looking at a new quest, three new outdoor zones, five new dungeons, a contested raid dungeon, and solo, heroic, and raid instances. Full details on the new update can be found on the EverQuest II site.
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