Based off Daybreak games website, the only games they own/released are all the previous SoE games. Meaning no original games. If they EVER had any intentions of releasing new games (not counting Planetside and H1Z1 battle royal fake attempts) they have ruined their reputation to remotely give it a shot. I just never understood basic business model principals being just thrown into the wind because they already had an established player base and didn't feel the need to practice them. Imagine if Darybreak games came onto the scene and just started dropping a lot of content, communicated with us all the time (Been over a month since we heard anything on the new TLP and been 6 days since anything on twitter...good communication model, Heck last night the servers got a 50% exp bonus and they didn't post anything about it till the next day #workingasintented). If they would of just continued to prove they were remotely serious about making the games they bought better instead of being in basic maintenance mode and pushing new content at a snails pace, they one day could of released a new original game and had a massive supportive playerbase following that would of supported them. But that is LONG gone now. Daybreak games now falls into the Gamigo, NCSoft category of gaming companies. Just sad to see the current state of the name Everquest. If Everquest 3 was ever announced it would still get people excited but their next thought would be but Daybreak games is releasing it...so prepare for the worst. I hope one day Daybreak gets new management and they prove they want to be more then just cash grab company and care about the storied history of Everquest. Companies like Blizzard with all it flaws release like 2-5 updates a day about their game (just go look at Wowhead) so even if you are unhappy with the choices, you are still informed about them. Whats sad is that there are so many players that won't touch WoW again but still play Everquest because its fundamentally better but that window is fading. The only reason Daybreak games is not bankrupt like Funcom is because there was already a lengthy player base with EQ1/2. When that disappears in a few years, what will you do Daybreak? Still have time to fix your future because all I predict is failed mobile games where you try to use the name Everquest to promote some horrible game or a game that no one asks for. Hope you prove us wrong.