EverQuest’s designer Brad McQuaid’s 2014 MMO-RPG project Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen was presented to Kickstarter that same year. Kickstarter of the game, which did not go very well in terms of donations, failed. Afterwards, Pantheon’s production was continued for Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen accounts holders despite the unsuccessful Kickstarter.
What Awaits for Pantheon: Fallen of Rise Accounts?
EverQuest’s designer; Brad McQuaid, co-founder of Sigil Games and developer of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes, said the construction process will continue at a slower pace. Saying that the team is going to shrink, Brad McQuaid said that from now on he will work with more volunteer names to develop the game for Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen accounts and passwords.
In November 2013, Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen was registered with a domain registration by Sony Online Entertainment. Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) announced that it has been working on McQuaid EverQuest after purchasing Sigil Games in 2007. From this point of view, it makes sense to host the new game on the SOE side.
Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen atmosferi klasik MMORPG oyunlarına oldukça benzemektedir. As you may notice after logging into the game with your Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen passwords, at least one PvP server plans welcome you at startup. Therefore, a distinctly PvE-centric design stands out.
In addition to the difficulty content, the Pantheon game includes groups and guilds where you can make friends and socialize. This easy playability level shows that it is inspired by MUD games. Still, in-game progress is slower than many modern MMORPG games to make the story more meaningful.