EVE Anywhere makes space adventures even easier.
There are no indications yet that people will turn to EVE Online, which has been in development since 2003, and CCP Games has now expanded the wormhole of the New Eden galaxy even more: the team recently made EVE Anywhere officially available, thanks to which you can also play the MMO, which It is famous for its massive space battles and offers a complex experience.
The Intel-based solution supports Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox and Safari browsers, and unlike last year’s beta, pilots with more than one Omega account can no longer enjoy it.
The service, which requires a connection of at least 25 Mbps, is currently only available in the US and some European countries (such as the UK, Switzerland and Germany), but CCP Games Promisesto expand the circle later this year. The experience gained during beta testing, where 11,000 users paid nearly 86,000 times in the overcast experience, proved to be very helpful in breaking down the details.
“EVE Anywhere has been incredibly well received by those who have been in beta for the past year. We are really grateful to the Capsulers who tried it and shared with us invaluable feedback, helping us improve the experience. Thanks to your contributions, we are finally ready. Putting EVE Anywhere on in your hands, no matter what your browser preferences.”
said Bergor Finbogason, Creative Director of EVE Online. By connecting to cloud servers, you can switch to standard client-based games at any time, and players with an Alpha account will get 24 hours of in-browser entertainment with 30 PLEX (in-game currencies).
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