EVE Echoes Open Beta To Go Live In December
Okay. So PSA time for those of you that care about the EVE Online universe. Yes, yes, we know, Echoes is mobile. That being said, NetEase and CCP have announced that the game will enter open beta on iOS and Android in December. If you're attending EVE Vegas this weekend, you'll get an early taste of the game as CCP demos it at the convention.
EVE Echoes offers fans of the sci-fi game a chance to take it with them. CCP is using the NeoX graphics engine to bring the game to mobile devices while staying true to the long-running PC MMO. Players will collect resources, manufacture items, and explore planets. As should be expected, players will be able to join corporations and engage in combat -- which is what EVE is really known for.
Those interested in participating in the beta on Android can sign up via the Play store. No signups have been listed for iOS yet.
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