EVE Online: Apocrypha tutorials explain new exploration system

By Stephany Nunneley, Sunday, 15 March 2009 09:00 GMT


EVE Online has a new developer blog up for the new expansion Apocrypha explaining how the new exploration system works.

The recent expansion implemented a new drag-and-drop method to exploration, a more visual process than the old way.

It’s supposed to make the discovery of hidden encounters and wormholes easier, but, as with so much in EVE, it can be a bit confusing — thus the tutorial.

The video posted after the break was created by EVE Online player Espoir and is a visual tutorial covering everything from “exploration probe placement” to focusing in on the signatures you discover.

Thanks, Massively.

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