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Smaller Version of Skill Injectors & Color Blindness Support

Posted by Suzie Ford on May 20, 2017  | Comments

Smaller Version of Skill Injectors & Color Blindness Support -

The EVE Online site has been updated with the news that Skill Injectors are getting a new, smaller version in addition to the current one. The smaller Skill Injector will weigh in about 1/5th the size of the already-existing one and will, of course, come at a lower cost, perfect for newer and beginning players.

At the current time, Skill Injectors cost about 650M ISK, a cost prohibitive to new players. By adding the smaller injector, more players early in their time within EVE will have an opportunity to make use of them.

  • Renaming of the current Skill Injector to ‘Large Skill Injector’
  • Introduction of a new injector called ‘Small Skill Injector’
  • Adding right-click option to break Large Injectors into 5x Small injectors or combine 5x Small Injectors into 1x Large Injector
  • Using a Small Skill Injector will award a maximum of 100,000 skill points and will give the following amounts, depending on total SP on the character using the Injector:
    • For characters with less than 5mil SP:  100k SP
    • For characters with 5mil – 50mil SP:  80k SP
    • For characters with 50mil – 80mil SP:   60k SP
    • For characters with more than 80mil SP:   30k SP

You can read the full blog post on the EVE Online site.

In other EVE news, color-blindness support is coming to the game!

[A]round 7.999% of EVE players are color blind, which is a considerable chunk. I am not one of those 7.999%, so it was particularly interesting, yet challenging, to work on this feature, mostly because I was at no point capable of estimating if I was finding any success. I guess that gave me a tiny taste of how it must feel to be colorblind.

You can read more about how support was designed here.

Suzie Ford / Suzie is the former Associate Editor and News Manager at Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom
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