Now you too can soar the skies of
EverQuest II thanks to the introduction of Pegasus Feather and
Nightmare Flight Wings—and here's Sony Online Entertainment's
latest trailer to show you how!
of taking flight (and lazy seques), SOE reported EverQuest II's
switch to a free-to-play model has resulted in a surge of business
for the fantasy MMO. New player registrations have jumped by over
300%, bumping daily logins by 40%, and causing a 200% increase in
in-game item sales following the implementation of a multi-level
pricing plan for free and subscription-based players.
we have added a lot of new subscriptions," said SOE boss John Smedley in a statement to press, adding, "All during the time that some
really good competition hit the market."
II adopted a free-to-play model in early December 2011, and arrived with the
game's latest update, Freeport Reborn; and it's eighth expansion, Age of Discovery.