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EverQuest II: Sentinel's Fate

EverQuest II: Sentinel's Fate
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Developer(s) Sony Online Entertainment
Publisher(s) Sony Online Entertainment
Platform(s) Windows
Release date(s)
  • NA February 16, 2010
Genre(s) MMORPG
Mode(s) Multiplayer
Distribution DVD

EverQuest II: Sentinel's Fate is the sixth EverQuest II expansion pack from Sony Online Entertainment.

New Features

  • Level cap increase to 90
  • Two new overland zones: The Sundered Frontier and Stonebrunt Highlands
  • 12 new dungeons
  • 400 new quests (based on the legend of Odus)
  • Five new Heritage Quests
  • Over 2,000 new weapons, armor, and items
  • All new alternate advancement abilities
  • Hundreds of new creatures

Reception

Michael Lafferty from GameZone.com gave it a score of 7/10. "Sentinel’s Fate may well be that interlude between exciting new content and compelling story elements that has been released as an expansion. It is the sixth overall expansion for the game (Adventure Packs don’t count; neither do live updates), and while it does add elements, it is lacking in that sense of adventure that has marked some earlier expansions."[1]

References

  • EQII Vault
  • Official Site
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