Everquest Next Landmark, everyone’s favourite voxel-based multiplayer mining and building simulator, is entering closed beta after about two months’ worth of alpha testing. But, more importantly, Sony Online Entertainment has decided to share some of the best-looking structures players have created during that time.
On Friday Sony Online Entertainment surprised its fans by announcing the early launch of the alpha test for EverQuest Next Landmark, the all-mining, all-crafting aspect of the next-generation fantasy MMO. I entered that alpha test, and I tore a hole in the world.
With two of Sony Online Entertainment’s massively multiplayer online games already PlayStation 4 bound, it makes sense that the company’s ambitious EverQuest reboot would get similar treatment. Speaking with GamerHubTV, SOE president John Smedley says he can’t wait to see it happen.