The latest patch for Sony Online's massively multiplayer role-playing game, EverQuest, lets players assume the role of low-level monsters. The patch for the player-vs.-player servers lets players choose to be assigned a random low-level monster and hunt and attack other creatures and players. Monsters cannot interact with other players or creatures other than by moving and attacking, and while controlling a monster, players will not be able to speak, trade, or perform any other actions. For a full explanation of the monster feature and the other changes included in the latest patch, visit the official EverQuest Web site.
EverQuest is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game set in a medieval fantasy world. The game, which was developed by Verant Interactive, was first released in 1999. Two expansion packs for the game, EverQuest and EverQuest , have been released since that time. A compilation called