Everything else is on Steam. Why not some Evercrack too?
Okay, so no one calls it that anymore. I did for the longest time. You see, I was the first person in line to pick up my preorder copy of EverQuest at my local games joint. Yes, I drove there, I gave the game store girl some cash, she put it in a bag, I took it, jumped into my car, drove home, installed it, patched it, and then proceeded to get fat from not moving for months, consuming Mt. Dew and low-quality pizza daily..
If Sony Online Entertainment's MMOs were available via digital content delivery ten years ago... well, I would have been even fatter.
Now is your chance to get fat with your choice of EverQuest, EverQuest II, Vanguard: Saga of Heroes, or Pirates of the Burning Sea, all available via Valve's fantastic online games delivery service, Steam.
To kick off this partnership, Pirates of the Burning Sea, Vanguard: Saga of Heroes, EQ Secrets of Faydwer and EQII Rise of Kunark are being offered via Steam for a special introductory price during the first 10 days the games are available online. On top of that, the recently released expansions EverQuest Seeds of Destruction and EverQuest II The Shadow Odyssey are available for purchase now.
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