Vote 2020 graphic
Everything you need to know about and expect during
the most important election of our lifetimes

Massively multiplayer online fantasy role-playing game EverQuest turned 20 years old over the weekend, and it’s still going strong. Daybreak Games celebrates the milestone with a pair of new progression servers, special in-game events and a 50 percent experience point bonus through March. Ding! 

Advertisement

Kotaku elder, lover of video games, keyboards, toys, snacks, and other unsavory things.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

Let’s put it this way: I cancelled my monthly Origin Premiere, because Anthem just has no endgame, and the developers keep messing up loot drops. That $15 now goes to my EverQuest account, and I’ve restarted on one of their new progression servers.

I still have my old characters on another server, I’ve kept my account since the Sony days, but I’ve forgotten more about this game than I can possibly remember. So I’m re-educating myself to the game, and loving every minute of it.