EQII Game Update #32 Goes Live!

EQII Game Update #32

With today’s launching of Game Update #32, EverQuest II fans have been greeted by an impressive offering of new content. Leading the way is the long-awaited resurrection of Unrest, a zone that will have any original “EverCrack” addict grinning with nostalgia. Only available to those equipped with the recent Echoes of Faydwer expansion, The Estate of Unrest is now a high-end raid instance designed to challenge level 70 players, and if it’s anything like the old Unrest it should certainly be tough. Unfortunately, I’m still only 48 myself, so it’ll be a while before I get to revisit one of my favorite zones from the first EQ.

In other major news, GU #32 has also brought along the Fae betrayal quest line. As early Fae adopters have been annoyed by, the new winged Fae race introduced in the EoF expansion have only been able to be created as good-aligned characters, but now Fae players can turn to the dark side at long last and betray to the city of Freeport. Following the changes to the Enemy Mastery system in GU #31, new Lore and Legend quests have also been added with today’s patch, enabling players to study and master Kobolds, Bugbears, Brownies, Minotaurs, Clockworks, and Werewolves. And in other new questing updates, the first chapter in a new quest line titled The Swords of Destiny has been added as well. These are but a few of the enhancements made by this latest game update too. For a full rundown of all the new content click over to EQII update page.

Along with today’s game update, SOE also unveiled plans for the second annual Brew Day in-game event, which will be kicking off on March 16th. So watch for that in the coming weeks.

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