Sony Online Entertainment has allowed EverQuest Next: Landmark players to post screenshots and video from the alpha build of the game online.
David Georgeson, director of development for the EverQuest franchise, said on Twitter that the embargo on information and assets from the game was lifted early because the launch has been stable.
@meesherbeans hehe. If the launch had been rough, I guarantee the NDA would still be in effect. :)— David Georgeson (@DaveGeorgeson) February 2, 2014
EverQuest Next Landmark serves as a companion to EverQuest Next and allows players to create landscapes in the game and get experience with the creation tools. Player-made items and structures could be incorporated into the main game, SOE has said.
SOE recently confirmed that EverQuest Next is "absolutely" coming to PS4, following strong rumours of a console version.