SOE All Access Pass delayed two weeks

“Lots of stuff to finish,” says SOE President.

The SOE All Access program will launch on April 16, two weeks after the original April 2 launch date, according to what SOE President John Smedley said on Twitter.

Looking like new membership plans will go live around 4/16 instead of 4/2. Lots of stuff to finish

— John Smedley (@j_smedley) February 27, 2014

SOE revealed the All Access program last month after it announced it was shutting down several of its massively multiplayer online role-playing games.

SOE All Access gives subscribers top-tier membership level in EverQuest, EverQuest II, DC Universe Online for the PC, PlanetSide 2 for the PC, and the upcoming EverQuest Next and EverQuest Next Landmark. Players with existing memberships in any of SOE’s games will be upgraded to the All Access program.

All Access membership starts at $14.99, with extra savings for three, six, and one year plans. It will also include a 10 percent discount on marketplace purchases, 500 Station Cash per month, and access to exclusive promotions.

For more on SOE’s upcoming EveryQuest Next Landmark, make sure to read our preview of its creation tools.

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Emanuel Maiberg

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wow that is a great deal. I hope they do this for ps4, I will certainly get it if they do.

If only more sub based/freemium companies employed this type of package, the world would be a much better place for gamers.


Makes sense to me. I approve this message! It sits nicely between paying for each individual game and free to play.


they could even go one step further and allow all ps plus members free all access pass. if they did that, sony ps4 would be well on their way to become the biggest product ever retailed.