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EverQuest -- The Anniversary Edition Videos and Trailers - PC

EverQuest -- The Anniversary Edition
Game Description:EverQuest The Anniversary Edition is a compilation of eight years of massively-multiplayer content. Players can adventure online in worlds populated by hundreds of thousands of other players as they journey across massive continents filled with vast dungeons, eerie crypts and mysterious underwater landscapes. They are able to choose from 16 unique races and 16 distinct classes, including the Drakkin race, a race formed of a dragon breed. With more than 375 zones to explore and more than 50,000 items to earn and collect both magical and mundane, including artifacts of great power, characters can shape the universe in EverQuest.
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