Contested High Keep, Bloody Shank HQ Coming April 23

Ansom

Super Postatore
A dir la verità no... Da quando hanno caricato in beta la nuova gilda e contested, hanno sempre detto fine aprile in live.
 

sheena

Divo
salta una settimana di update! :p

[h=2]No EQII Patch This Week[/h] According to an April 11th tweet by EverQuest II Senior Producer Holly "Windstalker" Longdale, there will be no weekly patch this week.
We are bundling High Keep Contested & Bloody Shank heritage quest for the 23rd update. No hotfix next week, but a major leap ahead...
Hopefully this also means no maintenance downtime this week!
 

sheena

Divo
EQ2 Producer’s Letter, Read All About It!

altre notizie rispetto alle novita' che dovremo aspettarci (tra cui la possibilita' di convertire le vecchie inutili valute come void shard e compagnia bella in item per tinkering o trasmuting! evvai! :D)

Greetings Norrathians!

It’s been an exciting year so far for EverQuest II and we have a lot more to come!

Since All Access membership was announced earlier this year, as well as news on our new weekly update direction, we’re having a great time bringing more to the game each week. There’s a lot coming up too and we wanted to take a breath and tell you all about it!

As many of you know, our All Access membership changes will go live on or around April 23, 2014. Players who choose All Access membership will get access to SOE games, can claim 500SC a month, and get access to special promotions and offers. Members will also get unique benefits in EverQuest II.

In EverQuest II, All Access membership will get you the following benefits:

  • 7 character slots
  • Member Benefits buff: Additional 15% coin loot and 10% mount speed
  • Double all the alternate currencies you earn in game, like Etyma and Loyalty tokens
  • Member-only Loyalty items
  • All access to broker, in-game mail, chat, and spell tiers
  • Early access to content and promotions.

For example, the first “early access to content” for All Access members will be the contested version of the High Keep dungeon with an entirely unique story, characters, and loot. This new zone will go live with the All Access membership launch and be exclusively available to members for two weeks. The dungeon also includes a new Heritage Quest for the Bloody Shank that All Access members have exclusive access to for the same two weeks.

Very soon we will find a permanent home online to list what is coming up on our schedule. Meanwhile, here’s a look at what’s on deck for the weeks following April 23, 2014:

  • Prestige Guild Hall (High Keep)
  • New Loyalty Items, Darklight Palace Prestige Home released
  • New Temple of Veeshan raid zone
  • Convert old alternate currencies like Void Shards or Obols into current tinkering and transmuting components
  • Tunaria Battlegrounds zone.

We have a lot more on our schedule for the year and we’ll keep you updated. We’re thrilled to start our planning for SOE Live this year too! How time flies when you’re having fun!

Holly "Windstalker" Longdale
Senior Producer, EverQuest II
 

sheena

Divo
E per i bronze? cosa cambia? dato che tolgono i silver...


non "tolgono" i silver. tutti gli account silver, resteranno silver. quello che tolgono e' la possibilita' agli attuali e futuri bronze di poter comprare ed accedere al silver. di fatto, gli attuali silver resteranno come ibrido irripetibile (tantissimi silver lo sono diventati di diritto perche' vecchissimi account, quelli che definiscono grand fathered, dopo l'introduzione del f2p).

detto questo: tutto cio' che vedi in quella lista riguarda i paganti (gold), tutto cio' che e' escluso e' f2p (bronze). per esempio: rimane il lock al broker e alla posta, alla chat e alle master spell per loro, rimane la meta' dei token ricevuti, alcuni dei loyality items saranno ad esclusiva dei gold, le nuove zone potranno vederle dopo le due settimane di cui parlano in cui i paganti potranno liberamente scoprire e farmare e cosi' via :)

il f2p, nella direzione che ha preso negli ultimi anni resta comunque una buona opzione per giocare eq2. le limitazioni ci sono, ma nn ti impediscono di giocare se sei un casual (magari decoratore o avventuriero alla vecchia maniera). quello che e' e resta inaccessibile come f2p e' l'end game adventure: istanze eroiche e raid, senza tutti i benefici di una sottoscrizione, sono difficili da affrontare. ecco :p
 

Ansom

Super Postatore
uhm, quindi tecnicamente mi conviene far passare l'altro account da bronze a silver.. prima della settimana prossima.
 

sheena

Divo
uhm, quindi tecnicamente mi conviene far passare l'altro account da bronze a silver.. prima della settimana prossima.

ti rispondo con le F.A.Q. della soe :p

Q: I am a Silver member in EQ or EQII. What happens to my membership?
A: When SOE All Access goes live, we will no longer sell Silver memberships in EQ or EQII. Existing Silver memberships will be grandfathered in under the new program, and can still upgrade to SOE All Access at any time. If you subsequently discontinue All Access, you will revert to the privileges granted by the Silver membership.

il link a tutte le domande/risposte

[h=1]The Revised SOE ALL ACCESS PROGRAM FAQ![/h]
 
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