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Post by Eorl @ 02:52pm 29/11/12 | 5 Comments
Sony Online Entertainment has announced that their newest expansion for EverQuest is now available. Titled Rain of Fire, this is now the 19th expansion in the longest-running MMO, and features all new content to an already vast world.
Continuing the storyline from House of Thule and Veil of Alaris, players have released the stolen power of Fear. This power is returning to Norrath, falling from the sky in the form of crystalline shards. Who will gain control of the essence of fear and bring balance across Norrath? It’s up to the players as they travel across the world to gather these shards, battle new and familiar foes and reclaim the power of fear.

The new Rain of Fear expansion raises the game’s level cap to 100, adds new zones, raids, missions, quests, spells, items, and new tradeskill recipes. It also introduces a new Slayer System, Aggro Meter, and Collection System, along with an improved brokering system that enables offline selling.
Thom Terrazas, Producer on EverQuest has said that in "its 14th year of continuous development, the EverQuest team continues to release high-quality, immersive content for EverQuest," so probably expect more expansions full of content as the still popular MMO continues to grow.

You can check out more on the new Rain of Fear expansion over at the official website, and also take a gander at some of the screenshots below (click here for more).




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arkter
Posted 03:29pm 29/11/12
I feel sad that I was once impressed with EQ graphics lol
carson
Posted 07:51pm 29/11/12
I'm impressed that it still has enough people playing that they would release another expansion
dazzalus
Posted 11:06am 30/11/12
My monk is still standing on a rock near the jetty in the Oasis of Marr? Cant believe its 12-13 years since I last played it! Ah the memories.
shade
Posted 11:20am 30/11/12
can only imagine how many expansions wow is going to have if everquest is still making them.
Everlong
Posted 09:20pm 30/11/12
Yeh can't wait for WoW: Cataclysmic Wrath of the Burning Pandarian...
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