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February 14th, 2007, 15:58
Sony Online's Scott Hartsman has spoken to WarCry about their plans for EQ2 this year:
WarCry: If you had to sum up your plans for EverQuest II's development during the coming year, what would it be?

Scott Hartsman: As briefly as I can be: Offer interesting and entertaining live updates, that periodically including new zones and increases in the world space, while continuing down the path of exciting, high-fantasy high-quality expansions. Faydwer raised the bar for us, and now we have to continue to live up to, and hopefully surpass, that level of quality in the future.
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February 14th, 2007, 15:58
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February 14th, 2007, 16:17
I thought it was pretty good at least they are trying to change and from what I have read I agree with him Echoes of Faydwer sounds like they are headed in the right direction.

Since RPG releases are lean atm, its nice to have alternitives especially if I am not in the mood to play one of my favorte games for the 100th time.
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