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The very first gameplay trailer for H1Z1 from Sony Online Entertainment has gone live, featuring in-game play from the upcoming zombie-survival MMO.
Smedley posted some of the following details on the game's monetization, and you can check out the details on the Reddit thread, but the gist is that H1Z1 will not be pay-to-win.
Sony Online Entertainment is working on a new MMO called H1Z1 for PC and PS4. The game is expected to head into its Early Access phase very soon, and the whole concept of the game is basically DayZ trying to get hocked up on steroids.
Public testing for EverQuest Next Landmark is about to enter a new phase. Sony Online Entertainment revealed today that the closed beta is starting in a matter of days.
Sony Online Entertainment has launched the alpha test for their MMO sandbox game EverQuest Next Landmark. Select players are now able to jump into the game and start building.
EverQuest Next Landmark's alpha test is almost here but will your computer be able to run it? Sony Online Entertainment has published the system requirements that you'll need for the sandbox MMO's first public testing.
Some pretty big news has dropped for PlayStation 4 owners, as Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley has made it known that some of the big properties of SOE will be arriving for the PS4, along with a brand new IP.
PC gamers will be able to try out EverQuest Next Landmark in February when the alpha test launched. To get access to the test, you'll need to purchase a Founder's Pack.
With EverQuest Next, Sony Online Entertainment will be rethinking traditional MMORPG combat. In a new interview, they revealed that EQN won't adhere to the "holy trinity" model.
The new downloadable content for DC Universe Online will be called "Sons of Trigon." In this new expansion, the eight for DCUO since it launched, will allow players to team up with Wonder Woman or her arch-enemy Circe.
EverQuest Next was announced for the PC this weekend at SOE Live. While Sony Online Entertainment hasn't confirmed a PlayStation 4 version of the MMORPG but admitted in a new interview that they may bring it to that console in time.
Today Sony Online Entertainment announced the very first details on EverQuest Next, the free-to-play successor to their 1999 MMORPG. The company says that EQN will usher in an "Emergent Era" in MMOs.
Sony Online Entertainment plans to add smaller landmasses to PlanetSide 2's game world called Battle Islands. They've released screenshots and a trailer for Nexus, the first Battle Island that they've revealed thus far.
Did you know Sony Online Entertainment is making a new EverQuest? You can't be blamed if you don't. They've kept the game under tight wraps but buzz from press-only E3 previews suggests this MMORPG could be worth watching.
Sony Online Entertainment is bringing two of its free-to-play MMO's to the PlayStation 4. PlanetSide 2 and DC Universe Online will both be available for the next-gen console later this year.