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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.
Minimum System Requirements
In EverQuest Next Landmark, players gather materials from the game world and use them to construct items and buildings. They can then sell crafted items to each other through an in-game marketplace. Some of the best creations will be used in EverQuest Next, a next-gen MMORPG with destructible environments. EQ Next, powered by the same Forgelight engine as PlanetSide 2, should arrive later in 2014.
Last we heard, the alpha test was going to launch in February. You can secure access to the alpha (and eventual closed beta) by purchasing a Founder's Pack. If you already bought one but just realized that the system requirements are too high for your computer, SOE says that you can get a full refund. Additional details can be found at their customer support site.