A little less than a year after the official launch, CCP Games is putting an end to Eve Anywhere, the Eve Online online browser play feature. Basically, it was a cloud gaming service dedicated specifically to Eve.
The service’s closure was announced this week on the Eve Online forums, where it was revealed it will officially be discontinued on May 24. That gives players using the service about a month to decide what to do. In that area, CCP suggests players explore “alternative ways to access Eve Online” mentioning NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW. That said, they plan to continue to look into new ways for players to access the game going forward and they ask that players join the Launcher Beta.
As long as GeForce NOW doesn’t end up going the way of Stadia, this doesn’t seem like a terrible call on CCP Games’ end. They don’t have to worry about managing the cloud infrastructure for the MMO, and players get the same – or maybe even better – experience they would have had with Eve Anywhere.
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