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EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath Videos and Trailers - PC

EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath
Game Description:Just when you thought you'd covered it all -- five massive continents, the moon and the homes of the Gods themselves -- a new series of adventures leads you into some of Norrath's greatest sources of speculation and mystery. Discover EverQuest: Lost Dungeons of Norrath. The story that began in Broken Skull Rock now yields new clues about an event threatening to change the face of Norrath. It's up to you to join a group of adventurers on their quest. A mystery is unfolding and a new age of exploration and adventure has begun. The expansion pack features 40 diverse dungeons set in five new environments and a new Dynamic Dungeon System (DDS) that emphasizes personalized group encounters without interruption from other players.
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