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Old 03-15-2020, 12:42 PM
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Join Date: Feb 2018
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Default EQ in Unity...

So.. a while back I started this project, but as I learned more I made progress.
The big draw back people had in a new client was just all the work to get it to fit.
So, what if you took all of EQ already designed and just remade it?
While it sounds like a lot, I can bust out a designed zone (without MOBs or NPCs) in a few days.
ALSO, I already have a full featured MMO server/client set up. Complete with Auction house, chats, guilds, groups, mail etc....
Check out these videos I have been making...(I am boring but hey, it's EQ so enjoy!!)
I have the MMO version and the VR versions posted below.

South Qeynos in VR
South Qeynos with npcs
Modern EQ..You like?
East Karanas in VR
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Old 04-26-2020, 06:25 PM
Notso
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Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: RGV...TX
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Default Images from latest testing

So I got my weather and day/night cycle working....

Sunrise in EK...



Sunrise from the EC tunnel




Beautiful day in EC



Sunrise from the back of the boat in South Qeynos

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Old 06-28-2020, 06:16 PM
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Updated video.
A bit long but shows the city, and both zones.
I do have low level mobs working now as well.
Just need the animations to work but the combat works fine.
Added a magic user now as well

https://youtu.be/_CZLrjwyOU8
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