Lords of EverQuest

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Lords of EverQuest
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Developer(s) Rapid Eye Entertainment
Publisher(s) Sony Online Entertainment
Designer(s) Neal Hallford
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) December 12, 2003
Genre(s) Real-time Strategy
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer

Lords of EverQuest (LOEQ) is a 3D fantasy real-time strategy game released in December 2003. It was developed by the short-lived startup company Rapid Eye Entertainment and published by Sony Online Entertainment (SOE). SOE distributes Lords of EverQuest currently.

Unlike the original EverQuest, Lords of EverQuest is fundamentally a single player game, and after the initial payment for the software, does not require a recurring monthly fee in order to play.


Lords of Everquest received scores averaging in the 60% range.[1][2] IGN reviewer Tom McNamara praised its multiplayer experience, but overall considered the game mediocre and decried it for focusing heavily on uninteresting combat fueled by only a single resource.[3] The developer, Rapid Eye Entertainment, closed down after the release of the game.