Sony Online Entertainment Live 2013 community event advance passes sold out

Limited tickets have been reserved for walk-ups; on-site registration begins August 1.

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Sony Online Entertainment's upcoming community event is sold out of its advance passes, according to an announcement from the publisher.

MMOs like Dragon's Prophet will be showcased at this year's SOE Live.

At this point in time, Sony Online Live 2013 has a limited number of tickets reserved for walk-ups. On-site registration will start on August 1 and will cost attendants $169. SOE Live will feature titles like PlanetSide 2, Dragon's Prophet, and EverQuest 2.

Sony announced that it will showcase EverQuest Next at SOE Live 2013. The event will take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, from August 1 to 4. Event keynotes and tournaments will be streamed through Twitch.tv.

Discussion

19 comments
blackace
blackace

$169?!?!? What!!! lol!! Who the hell is paying these outrageous fees for this event?

servb0ts
servb0ts

EverQuest needs to comeback to Sony Consoles, or be pissed at PC favortism an lack of expanding to gamers worldwide.

Halloll
Halloll

seems like Sony is giving PC gamers more love than Microsoft.

Monsterkillah
Monsterkillah

Off topic

Sonny and Panasonic are developing next optical disk 300 GB way bigger than blu ray 50 GB

if that true then I can't play my blu ray movies and games collection anymore?

U might wana check em out gamespot

MinerAvatar
MinerAvatar

For $169 you better get some really good swag.

Evanduil
Evanduil

Excited to see what they've got planned for Everquest Next.

DahLong
DahLong

Don't forget to add the plane ticket to go to Las Vegas

lance2rand
lance2rand

@Halloll After 4 attempts to make a MMO died on the cutting room floor, I think MS is tapped out.

alchie11
alchie11

@Monsterkillah Yes, it is true. Reports from many reliable sources are saying the same thing. However, according to the BBC, it may not show up until the end of 2015. Also, this is NOT a consumer-grade product. It is meant for the private and business industries, meaning for things such as but not limited to archives, mass storage and distribution (4K films) and many more.

Of course, when the product becomes cheaper to make, it will trickle down to consumers. But, by that time, we will have moved away from Blu-ray to an almost complete reliance on the cloud than physical media, so whether or not it will come to fruition is debatable.

It is not worthy of mentioning on a game-oriented news service such as GS.

Ayato_Kamina_1
Ayato_Kamina_1

@Evanduil I've been clean from the Evercrack for quite a few years now... I could go for a fresh hit on that stuff ;)  provided it's as good as the old stuff used to be! 

 I'll be tuning in to watch the event :D

IJONOI
IJONOI

@alchie11 Very well put together, thought out post! cheers for the info matey!

Skhuff
Skhuff

@alchie11 I agree. Please let Gamespot as it is! I come here for gaming news & I want gaming news only. Please don't ask them to be like IGN which was supposed to be a gaming portal but now it offers news on everything.