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EVE Anywhere Gives Capsuleers Flexibility With Cloud-Based Access From Virtually Anywhere

Christina Gonzalez Posted:
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Space will be accessible from any device that you can use a browser on, as EVE Online gets a new EVE Anywhere option as of today. CCP has launched the new cloud-based platform based on Intel technology, and this means remote access to the servers and play available where and when it’s convenient.

The service was recently in beta for Omega account users, but it is now available in the US and across many European territories during its initial release. CCP will release it in additional territories this year. The goal is to allow players to have access wherever they can. The beta, which was held in various places across Europe, attracted more than 11,000 users since last August for a total of 86,000 played sessions. CCP used player data and feedback in order to streamline the experience and get it ready for a full-scale launch, and now it's here.

In a press release announcing the EVE Anywhere launch, Creative Director Bergur Finnbogason said “We truly appreciate you Capsuleers who tried it out and shared invaluable feedback to help us improve the experience. Thanks to all of your help, we’re finally ready to get EVE Anywhere into your hands, no matter your browser preferences”. Those who are interested in trying out of anywhere, can play through  Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or Safari,  on any desktop or laptop as long as you have a 25MBps connection or higher. 

If you’re in one of the supported territories, you can go over to EVEOnline.com and click “Launch EVE Online” when you’re logged into your account. This move to support cloud streaming helps those with different hardware to be able to access the game. CCP has been both modernizing and improving the experience in an attempt to make EVE Online welcoming to newer players and players with different setups. This is another effort in that modernization and opening up that’s also helping lead the game into its next decade. 


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Christina Gonzalez