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EVE Online's 2v2 Gnosis Gambit Live in Abyssal Proving Grounds

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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EVE Online has received its next Abyssal Proving Grounds PvP instance. And this time, it’s a 2v2 Gnosis Gambit. Here are the details if you’re interested in participating.

The event will run through tomorrow, May 25, at 11:00 UTC, so you still have some time to jump in and check it out. Essentially, you’ll take part in a 2v2 battle using the SoCT battlecruiser, Gnosis. The flexibility of this vessel should prove handy since you can apparently deck it out with virtually any weapon.

However, there are limitations for this event. These limitations include:

  • Ships limited to only the Gnosis
  • Modules limited to meta level 5 and below
  • No pirate implants

So if you were thinking of including pirate implants, you’ll have to rethink your strategy. To participate, you’ll need Proving Filaments which can be found in Abyssal Deadspace loot drops. Alternatively, you can buy them from the in-game market.

If you want to track your performance throughout this event, you can do so on the leaderboard. You can learn more details about this 2v2 Gnosis Gambit event here.

Recently, EVE Online reflected on 18 years in addition to Foundation, its latest quadrant. You can read our full interview with CCP here. Creative Director, Bergur Finnbogason, noted,

“It’s just incredibly humbling to work on EVE Online. It’s such an epic, epic thing. I mean, eighteen years, it’s unheard of. It’s absolutely bizarre. Throughout my years at CCP, I’ve been here for eleven years, and I’ve worked with a lot of people that have worked on other MMOs that have become huge and that disappeared, that have never seen the light of day, and creating an MMO is daunting. It’s a difficult task maintaining and keeping an MMO up and running.”


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.