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What do you think about Everquest?
EverQuest is a fantasy MMORPG nearly two decades in the making. In fact, it’s the game that started it all! No other MMORPG matches EverQuest’s content that includes 18 expansions, plus the original game. You are about to see what 16 years of continuous development of content can do for an online MMORPG.
Developed and published by the team at Daybreak Games, EverQuest continues to add content and worlds full of mystery and adventure. EverQuest is currently free to Play, you will join a community that is unlike any other, as you immerse yourself in hundreds of battle zones, battling thousands of creatures, and complete quests with your friends.
When playing EverQuest, you will be able to take advantage of the character system, customize your character with thousands of alternate abilities and build up through over 90 levels of power. In EverQuest, there are over 50,000 items you are able to collect and earn, and you are even able to hire and control unique mercenaries to aid you in your adventures. The in game marketplace is pretty impressive as well, as it contains potions, weapons, armor, and mounts!
EverQuest is best enjoyed with friends, but you are still able to play Solo. If you are playing with friends though, you have options to play in groups and raid across continents filled with dungeons, crypts, floating landscapes, and underwater adventures. You can even participate in several seasonal and holiday events throughout the year. Are you ready to join the game that started it all, nearly two decades ago?
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December 13, 2012
Minimum System Requirements (Windows)
Intel Pentium® 4 / AMD Athlon 64Graphics
NVIDIA Ti 4800 or ATI 9800Additional Notes
Specifications may change during development