Space Gets Prettier As CCP Drops Visual Update For Eve Online
Eve Online's New Eden is now even prettier thanks to a new visual update -- "Bring Out Eve's Colors". Part of the Foundation Quadrant update, Bring Out Eve's Colors buffs visuals all across Eve, including ships, structures, planets, and the appearance of everything happening in space. It implements shader adjustments, lighting changes, brightens and deeps colors, and smooths gradients.
As Eve grows older, the new update is part of CCP's ongoing mission to set Eve up for another decade as it draws closer to its 20th anniversary. Admittedly, said anniversary is still two years away, but it's never too early to get started making sure things are as good as they can possibly be, particularly if you're planning on making it to your 30th anniversary.
If you'd like to see some before and after comparisons showing off the result of the changes, you can find them on the Eve Online site. There's also a video below.
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