Eve Echoes has been out for close to two months and so far I am finding myself thoroughly enjoying a fresh universe which is begging for new stories to be told. It should be noted that in writing this review, my experience of Echoes comes from playing it on MuMu, Netease’s official emulator. I found it to be the smoothest in performance and a very short boot time compared to Bluestacks or NOX.

Today's EVE Online patch confirms what we recently uncovered from leaked data in that the systems that reached Final Liminality from the Triglavian invasions have indeed been severed from the rest of New Eden. The systems form their own region, Pochven, which can be accessed via wormholes and filaments. We'll go through some of the most important things here for those who do not have access to view the patch notes in their original format here.

esterday, CCP held a stream hosted by Carneros with two special guests -- Arsia Elkin, an EDENCOM fleet commander and Uriel Paradisi Anteonuecci, a researcher from the Aratak Research Consortium -- that went a little further into detail about the events that have taken place in regarding the Triglavian invasion.

In my previous article, I discussed the failure of CCP to combat botting and RMT in EVE Online, detailing the systems in place which made their fight a frustrating uphill battle with odds and favours stacked against them. In this article, however, is a look at the other side of things.

A warning has been broadcasted on holoboards around New Eden indicating that severe stargate disruptions are expected. This follows previous warnings from EDENCOM for capsuleers to evacuate their assets from structures that have been captured by Triglavians.

In the earliest hours of the EVE morning, just after downtime, Fraternity began to anchor the largest structure one can anchor, a Keepstar, in the system of FWST-8 in NPC Delve. Unlike anchoring a structure in actual sovereign space, this Keepstar would not have to wait 30 days to anchor and would become an online structure after just 24 hours and 15 minutes.