Sony Online Entertainment Inc. (SOE), announced today that it will be releasing EverQuest: Titanium, an all-inclusive collection consisting of EverQuest Classic and the first ten expansions. EverQuest Titanium carries a suggested retail price of $19.99 and will be available at retail beginning January 11, 2006. In addition to the release of EverQuest Titanium, SOE will launch EQ Players, a website that will enhance the services provided to EQ players.
EverQuest Titanium offers the original classic game, as well as all ten expansion packs: The Ruins of Kunark, The Scars of Velious, The Shadows of Luclin, The Planes of Power, The Legacy of Ykesha, Lost Dungeons of Norrath, Gates of Discord, Dragons of Norrath, Omens of War and Depths of Darkhollow.
“EverQuest Titanium will allow players to experience more than 375 areas of exploration and excitement in the online world of Norrath,” said Chris Sturr, Sr. Brand Manager, Sony Online Entertainment. “This five-disk collection is essential for both classic EverQuest players and those interested in entering into the EverQuest experience for the first time as it will include in game items such as a collapsible roboboar and a frozen crystal shard.” (Please note: items are only claimable in one satchel for one player character.)
In addition to EverQuest Titanium, SOE is launching EQ Players, a website designed to extend the player’s interaction with the game outside of the game world. This new service gives players more ways to access, track and expand their in-game characters by obtaining character statistics, profiles, item information, in-game activities and more all in one place. The website, will launch on December 15, 2005, and will have profiles
for more than 4.9 million characters and more than 335 million total inventory items. EQ Players will be available for EverQuest players to try, at no additional cost, until December 29, 2005, after which time some EQ Players features will carry a monthly fee. In addition, as a special offer, SOE will reactivate previously closed EverQuest accounts for 21 days of free gameplay but the former EverQuest players must take advantage of this offer before January 13, 2006.