The classic EverQuest progression servers have proven pretty popular, enough that the two servers are going to deviate from one another in terms of update pace. But what if you rolled on one and now want to update pace of the other? Starting on July 30th, you’ll have the option of transferring from Lockjaw to Ragefire or vice versa for free, ensuring that you’re at the pace that most closely matches your own feelings on expansion releases.
Free transfers will run until August 10th, at which point players will still be able to transfer between the servers but will have to pay money to do so. That option will also be removed when the Ruins of Kunark expansion goes live for one of the servers; at that point, you’ll be stuck where you are, like it or not. So get ready to move early and hopefully not often if you’re excited to be reliving the past slightly faster or slower.
Daybreak Games today welcomed thousands of eager combatants to the online world of Auraxis as the critically acclaimed free-to-play MMOFPS game, PlanetSide 2, opened its doors to an entirely new audience on the PlayStation 4. Arguably the most exciting free-to-play release under the PlayStation 4, PlanetSide 2 is now available to download entirely free of charge in both North America and Europe on the PSN store.
More excitingly the entire PlanetSide 2 experience is free. I said that right? And I mean in every sense of the word. There is not requirement surrounding a PlayStation Plus account, making PlanetSide 2 one of the only online PS4 titles to be available without the monthly subscription. It’s also the only PS4 game to offer battles on such a massive level, with huge simultaneous battles taking place across multiple areas.
There is however an optional subscription package available, providing membership for $14.99 a month for an enhanced experience including monthly Battle Cash allowance, increased experience, certification and resource gain, premium item discounts and exclusive promotional events.
“The original PlanetSide was the first MMOFPS, PlanetSide 2 set a new standard for shooters when it launched on the PC in 2012, and now the massive battles are unmatched on the console. The game is synonymous with large-scale warfare and there’s just no comparison. PlanetSide 2 fosters a unique kind of unwavering camaraderie among players, so we’re excited to see how our community grows on the PlayStation 4.”