CCP has completely thrown out the content it had planned for upcoming EVE Online updates, and gone back to a spaceship-shaped drawing board.
Multiplayer for EVE Online’s Incarna expansion will be added this year sometime, according to the game’s senior producer, Arnar Gylfason.
I’ve got to clear my inbox, or I’m going to have some kind of Wednesday-afternoon fit. Here are some bits and bobs I can’t stretch into a paragraph.
E3 week is over. It’s gone. It’s never coming back. This year, at any rate. But tomorrow is another day. Get the last of the shorts from it.
EVE Online is so initially complicated that there’s a player-run school to teach the basics – providing you can pass the entrance exam. Thankfully, CCP is looking to make it easier for fresh players, and this latest trailer shows off the Captain’s Quarters, just one of many newb-friendly additions to grace the game shortly.
CCP held its annual EVE Fanfest in Reykjavik, Iceland today, and during the opening keynote, EVE Online designer Kristoffer “Soundwave” Touborg chatted about improvements coming to the game’s new player experience and also touched on issues concerning current players.