EVE Online's mobile observatories are now available to test on the game's Singularity test environment. If you're looking to hop in and check them out, here are some details you might be interested in knowing.
Listen up, Capsuleers! Testing has started to EVE Online's nullification and warp core stabilizer gameplay. If you want to hop on Singularity, you'll be able to check out the changes for yourself.
In case you missed it, EVE Online recently turned 18. This means it's finally old enough to vote in the United States. More importantly, it means several events and other celebrations are going on right now in the space sandbox until May 18.
MMO in-game events are one major way to drum up community interaction as well as make things interesting every few months. Events themselves can come and go at predictable times, mostly repeating themselves year over year. And Bradford has never really been able to get into them.
Here's a friendly PSA. If you've been enjoying EVE Online's Abyssal Proving Grounds event, it ends tomorrow.
2020 was a pretty busy year for EVE Online. Because of that, you can check out everything you accomplished in game through a personalized video.
We begin today with some good news. EVE Online players have raised over $130,000 for COVID-19 relief efforts through CCP Game's PLEX for Good initiative.
Several updates have hit EVE Online, virtually overhauling supercarriers, bounties, and the Encounter Surveillance System.
CCP, developer of EVE Online, is introducing some pretty big upgrades to the Encounter Surveillance System (ESS) with the newest version almost ready for release.
CCP and Guinness World Records have officially shared that EVE Online now holds two records for the largest battle in video game history.