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EVE Online's continued effort to update their new player experience moves forward today with the release of its latest update. This time players can expect to see a dedicated career program added to the MMO, as well as expanded graphical upgrades, including revamping career agents and dungeon sites.
EVE Online is unlike any other MMORPG out there. As such, we constantly hear about it as an inspiration for other sci-fi MMOs coming to the market. But why is that? Kanishka explores in his latest.
EVE Online's democratically elected player council, the Council of Stellar Management, was officially unveiled yesterday by CCP Games. The players represent the interests of capsuleers across New Eden and work in conjunction with CCP Games to help ensure player voices and needs are heard.
In a new blog post, CCP Games detailed the foundation it's building for its sci-fi MMO, EVE Online. The team started to lay out that vision at EVE Fanfest in May, and is continuing with its tests coming to its Singularity test server.
As long as you have a modern browser and a strong enough connection, you can now play EVE Online wherever you can connect, as the new cloud-based access of EVE Anywhere launches.
The 19th anniversary celebrations for EVE Online are coming to a close, and CCP Games is closing them out with a bang. The Second Capsuleer Day Proving Grounds event brings a new free-for-all challenge to the MMO.
EVE Forever is a slick marketing phrase, but to the developers at CCP Games that Bradford has spoken to over the years, it's much more than that. It's a developer imperative.
There are multiple ways to approach playing an MMO, though often the ones that come to mind immediately are the holy trinity: tank, DPS and heals. However, there's more to it than that - are you a hardcore PvPer, Raider, PvE player, crafter? Is there a playstyle you've tried to get into but just can't, despite badly wanting to participate?
EVE Online is about the people. This was a constant refrain Bradford heard wherever he went in Reykjavik during last week's EVE Fanfest 2022. As the first major event for an MMO since the pandemic began, it was clear that the community - and the Fanfest's focus on it - was going in for something special.
Returning as an in-person event, EVE Online's Fanfest was a celebration and a reunion. Now some attendees have tested positive for COVID and the community is helping its own.
During the EVE Fanfest 2022 Keynote this morning, CCP Games announced that there are two new EVE-based games in the works: an upcoming multiplayer FPS and a 4x mobile strategy game.
EVE Online's next era was unveiled at this year's EVE Fanfest in Reykjavik, Iceland, as CCP Games laid out the content roadmap for players. The roadmap includes shifting the quadrant updates to Arcs, bringing about what the devs call 'consequential story events,' and much more.
For capusleers trekking to Iceland next week for EVE Online's Fanfest, what you might be doing there just got a little more clear as CCP Games has released the schedule for next weekend's event. Additionally, the studio further laid out the guidelines for Covid-19 measures for fans eager to learn more on how to stay safe while enjoying Reykjavik.
It will soon cost more to play EVE Online, as CCP has announced both an increase to the monthly subscription fee and recalculation of PLEX tiers. the community has some criticism of this, the first sub increase in 18 years.