With 2023 in full swing, Daybreak Game Company and Darkpaw Games are dropping a twelve-month EverQuest II development roadmap for the second year in a row. Apparently, last year’s did well enough that they decided to do it again.
As with the last one, the 2023 roadmap is high-level – meaning they’re not going into great detail about each of the goals and not everything on the list is guaranteed to make it into the game. Most of the roadmap consists of updates to different aspects of the game. That’s everything from technical things like the game’s AI to several of the in-game events. If the dev team achieves even half of what they’ve got listed here, it seems like players have a lot to look forward to. It’s a good bet there’s stuff that’s not on there because they don’t want to spoil it too.
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