New list of combat changes for Echoes of Faydwer

EverQuest 2In MMORPGs, change always comes with new content. EverQuest II: Echoes of Faydwer is no exception. Now, about a month ago, one of the EQ2 devs posted about the changes that will affect combat in Echoes of Faydwer and asked for feedback. To all those who took the time to write a reply about the changes and improvements, your efforts were not in vain. According to Kendricke’s post on the EQ2 forums over at WarCry, the feedback’s been looked over and reviewed, and the devs have made a number of additional tweaks and improvements to the game.

In order to check if the changes really work, the next thing that’s going to be done is to put them on to the test server so that people can actually try them out and see for themselves. Kendricke says that a lot of the numbers that players will see on Test have changed, but he asks the playerbase to keep an open mind and try the changes out themselves.

As a final point, Kendricke also mentions in the post that “All creatures in EQ2 have had major modifications as well to balance out the player changes. Meaning, any place you see lower numbers on your character sheet, the creatures within the game have been affected the same way. The best way you can evaluate the full impact is going to be by getting out there and playing — and then letting us know exactly what you think.”

See? The devs really do listen. To check out the long list of current changes to combat in Echoes of Faydwer, click on the “Read” link below.

EverQuest 2In MMORPGs, change always comes with new content. EverQuest II: Echoes of Faydwer is no exception. Now, about a month ago, one of the EQ2 devs posted about the changes that will affect combat in Echoes of Faydwer and asked for feedback. To all those who took the time to write a reply about the changes and improvements, your efforts were not in vain. According to Kendricke’s post on the EQ2 forums over at WarCry, the feedback’s been looked over and reviewed, and the devs have made a number of additional tweaks and improvements to the game.

In order to check if the changes really work, the next thing that’s going to be done is to put them on to the test server so that people can actually try them out and see for themselves. Kendricke says that a lot of the numbers that players will see on Test have changed, but he asks the playerbase to keep an open mind and try the changes out themselves.

As a final point, Kendricke also mentions in the post that “All creatures in EQ2 have had major modifications as well to balance out the player changes. Meaning, any place you see lower numbers on your character sheet, the creatures within the game have been affected the same way. The best way you can evaluate the full impact is going to be by getting out there and playing — and then letting us know exactly what you think.”

See? The devs really do listen. To check out the long list of current changes to combat in Echoes of Faydwer, click on the “Read” link below.

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