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If you have an interest in Landmark (the adjunct to the forthcoming EverQuest Next F2P MMO) that is also in closed beta, there actually IS an easy way to get in; just own an NVidia GeForce GPU.

I'm not talking something like Watch_Dogs (pack-in title with new GeForce GTX GPUs) - this deal is for any GeForce GPU that is supported by GeForce Experience.  (That alone goes all the way back to GeForce 5xx, as my GTX550Ti - which is three years dead - qualifies for this deal.)

 

You can jump on the offer via linkage on the GeForce homepage, Facebook page, or from within the GeForce Experience installer/updater.

 

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What is Landmark?

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What is Landmark?

Landmark is a devtool adjunct to forthcoming free-to-play MMO EverQuest Next; it is the same tool used by EQNext developers to build structures in the game.  And, like EQNext, Landmark will be free.

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Landmark is a devtool adjunct to forthcoming free-to-play MMO EverQuest Next; it is the same tool used by EQNext developers to build structures in the game.  And, like EQNext, Landmark will be free.

Ah, I will pass then. I can't stand playing games where the word is static and unchangeable.

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Ah, I will pass then. I can't stand playing games where the word is static and unchangeable.

Unlike the previous games in the series, the world IS destructible (as are the structures) - Landmark is basically a sandbox for both creation AND destruction - like most developer tools in that aspect.  The homepage for Landmark shows what other testers have done with it (and includes user-created walkthroughs so you can do it yourself).  And considering it's free, what do you lose - except time?

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Time is your most precious commodity ;)

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