Next EverQuest Game Will Be Called EverQuest Next

Posted: Aug 10 2010, 6:16am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 8:54am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Sony Online Entertainment has announced that there is in fact a new Everquest game in development, titled Everquest Next.
The news came at the comapny's annual "Fan Faire" event, in which the studio's present personally unveiled the upcoming game's first piece of art.

The sequel to the very popular online Everquest series is still very much in its preliminary stages, but fans of the game are joyous to know that a new entry has been confirmed.

"We haven’t announced the game because it’s still early in development. We haven’t even decided on raid and group sizes," noted SOE president John Smedley.

Of course, there's still no word on a release date or pricing, but until then everyone can remain happy playing the original Everquest which has logged millions of hours of online play since its release.

Via Digital Trends

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