The EQPlayers site has a new EverQuest Producer's Letter up.
One of the interesting tidbits of the letter is that EverQuest is returning to a once-a-year expansion model, rather than the two or three expansions per year that it's used in recent years.
"In this Producer letter I am proud to announce that we're changing our tactics so we can accomplish what we have set out to do and do it with the quality we know we can deliver. Our next expansion will be released in November. This will give us more time to polish the game content and features. I am also happy to announce that November will be the month for all future expansion releases as well. We realize that many players want more content but would like to be able to play through the last expansion before feeling like they are falling behind when a new one comes out. Our goal is to focus on the overall quality and let the players have time to enjoy the great work that we put into each release."
This could mean great things for future expansions of EverQuest, as they focus more on the quality of the expansion and getting it as finely tuned as possible, rather than rushing it out the door to meet deadlines.
Head over to the EQPlayers site to read more.