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Busy Day at CCP

Posted by Dana Massey on Oct 31, 2006  | Comments

Busy Day at CCP -

Three pieces of news come flying in from Iceland: Tranquility will be offline tomorrow, their card game has been released and there is new lore.

First, EVE showed off a new story in their EVE Chronicles section.

EVE Chronicle update brings new tale of horror and intrigue

Just in time for Halloween, Abraxas offers up a devilishly delightful new story in the EVE Chronicles section of our website. "Postnatal" tells the story of what happens when an innocent little drone becomes a destructive loose cannon.

You can read this story here.

They then announced that their anticipated CCG Trading Card game has been launched and is available for fans to purchase.

EVE CCG now available

The highly anticipated EVE Online collectible card game (CCG), EVE: The Second Genesis, is now available in stores throughout North America and many parts of Europe. To join the fast-growing community, visit the EVE CCG website where you will also find information on the game, tournaments and more.

You can check out the CCG website here.

Lastly, the Tranquility server will see longer downtime than originally expected tomorrow.

Extended downtime on Nov. 1

The EVE Online Tranquility server will have an extended downtime, Wednesday 1 November, running for 24 hours from 10:00 to 10:00 GMT. Players are encouraged to set a long skill to train during this downtime that will add 10 new nodes, more RAMSAN capacity and connections to more internet backbone providers for increased stability and fault tolerance.

Later in November, we will have 2 new IBM Bladecenters coming with 28 new servers for Tranquility.

The entire news item is available here.

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