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EverQuest II
Game Description:EverQuest II is a parallel online universe to the hugely successful gaming phenomenon EverQuest. Featuring breathtaking graphics and a vast, beautiful game world to explore, EverQuest II sets new standards in graphical realism as players are immersed in the game's epic storyline with thousands of other players online. Players will encounter more than 160 unique creatures as they journey across the majestic landscape of rolling hills, lush forests and bustling cities. Thousands of new items, hundreds of magical new spells and unlimited adventure await all who enter the world of EverQuest II. Choose from 16 races, 100 levels and 48 classes, own apartments, homes, guild houses and ships, and log information regarding quests, adventures, encounters, transactions and more in your In-Game Journal.
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EverQuest II Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • EverQuest II "SOEmote" Launch Trailer

    Posted: August 9, 2012

    1,766 Views | 02:13

  • Official E3 Preview Of EverQuest 2 SOEmote

    Posted: June 8, 2012

    2,754 Views | 02:40

  • Everquest II: Skyshrine Behind-The-Scenes Trailer

    Posted: March 26, 2012

    747 Views | 02:42

  • The MMO Report: Thursday, February 2nd

    Posted: February 2, 2012

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  • EverQuest II "Flight Wings" Trailer

    Posted: January 11, 2012

    547 Views | 01:05


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