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EVE Online's free-to-play experience is being vastly expanded later this year - Destructoid

CCP had a rather low key keynote for its EVE Vegas event, but there were a few big announcements regarding their mainstay, EVE Online, that a lot of returning players and newcomers are going to be looking forward to. Along with the Lifeblood expansion ...and more »

EVE Online's free-to-play program is going to get a lot more generous - PC Gamer

EVE Online's free-to-play program, which gives non-subscribing players access to a limited set of skills and ships, is about to get a lot more generous. In December, Alpha Clones (free-to-play players) will have access to a greatly expanded set of ...and more »

EVE Online Free Players Are About To Get A Lot More Stuff - Kotaku

Soon, EVE Online's free-to-play players will be allowed to expand their spaceship repertoires. CCP Games is more than quadrupling the amount of ships that F2P players are able to fly, still for the low, low price of free. Added last year, the free-to ...and more »

CCP hopes to capture what makes Eve Online special with new mobile game - VentureBeat

CCP Games unveiled Project Aurora today. It's a new massively multiplayer online game on mobile that will roll out to a few countries later this year, with a full launch planned for 2018 for iOS and Android. To develop Project Aurora, CCP teamed up ...and more »

An Eve Online mobile spinoff will arrive next year - TechSpot

Not only is Eve Online famous for its stories of espionage, politics, and real-life drama, but the MMORPG's complexity is just as legendary. If ever there was a game that seemed unsuitable to make the jump to smartphones, this is it — but its creators ...and more »

CCP announces expansion into more EVE Fanfests, including unannounced east coast site - Destructoid

After opening with a few words on the recent Vegas tragedy (and a list of blood drives attendees could visit), Icelandic developer CCP kicked off their sixth annual EVE Vegas fan event for the massively popular MMO EVE Online with some data, which ...and more »

PlayRaven and CCP Games are working on a free-to-play 'Eve Online' title for mobile - Android Police

It was just announced that PlayRaven and CCP Games are working on a brand new free-to-play mobile game that is set in the EVE Online universe. Right now it is known as Project Aurora, and it's planned to be a game where player cooperation is a must.and more »

CCP Games Announces 'Project Aurora,' The First 'EVE Online' Game For iOS And Android, Out 2018 - Tech Times

EVE Online, one of the most prominent massively multiplayer role-playing games featuring a sci-fi universe, is heading to smartphones. That's right. Developer CCP Games has officially announced a new spinoff of EVE Online called Project Aurora, with a ...and more »

CCP confirms Eve Online-inspired multiplayer shooter Project Nova still in development - Eurogamer.net

Among a flurry of updates at this weekend's Eve Vegas event comes confirmation that Project Nova, CCP's latest stab at an Eve Online-inspired multiplayer shooter, is still very much a going concern. The development of Nova, announced in 2016, has taken ...and more »

"Is that a space station in your pocket, or are you just pleased to see me?" - Eurogamer.net

Capping off an afternoon of introductions at last week's Eve Vegas fan event in Las Vegas, CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Pétursson revealed Project Aurora - a new mobile strategy game set in the Eve universe. Aurora is co-developed with PlayRaven, ...and more »