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EverQuest: Depths of Darkhollow Videos and Trailers - PC

EverQuest: Depths of Darkhollow
Game Description:On the world's surface, the battle between Firiona Vie and Lanys T'Vyl continues to rage throughout the lands. As a new evil begins to emerge from the underground, you will journey into a world of immortality and devastation as you struggle against the overwhelming power of Dreadspirekeep. EverQuest: Depths of Darkhollow has players adventuring in raw, bleak caverns and facing the most formidable monsters yet. For the first time ever, players will have the ability to play as a monster and experience EverQuest lore first hand through the eyes of another character while they do battle against their ancient foes. Players will also utilize Spirit Shrouds to don the form of a lower level creature to join newbie friends in battle.
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