Is EVE Online still boring?

Is EVE Online still boring?

Eve Online is famously exciting, but also notoriously dull. Eve Online will lure in players with its stories of spying, trust and betrayal, but even long-time players will say that most people tune out before they even get past the tutorial. Eve Online is the most fun you’ll ever have in a game.

Is EVE Online a dying game?

Eve Online will never die, says head of studio after 18 years.

What is so special about EVE Online?

What’s special about Eve Online is its transparency. Laws prohibit governments prying too deeply into the workings of real world companies, but Hjaltason can access data in abundance. He has the keys to the universe, able to monitor corporate supply lines, fleet rooms, and how active group chats are.

Will there ever be an EVE 2?

Due to the way the game works — a world created by the actions of its players, recorded on a single persistent shard — the swift modernisation offered by a traditional sequel is not an option. There could never be an EVE Online 2.

Is EVE still active?

EVE is dead. CCP has nerfed everything I love about EVE. EVE is killing its own content. Chances are if you have played this game longer than a week you have heard some salty old vet uttering those very words laden with the utmost contempt to all things CCP and EVE.

Is EVE Online still fun?

It’s a bit rough as a new player and there’s a lot of frustrating things about the game as far as the devs and the playerbase (blocs, rorqs, etc) but despite that it’s honestly still enjoyable and isn’t as down the drain as some people may try to convince you. Just don’t get too invested early on.

Why is EVE Online Bad?

The abuse by players and developers Eve is a game that encourages scamming, abuse, and out right evil action on players. It is in fact, this abuse that sparks articles like this to come into existence. After two months of building an entity, with around 200 people under my vision supportive of it, we disbanded today.

What kind of people play Eve?

According to CCP, the average EVE Online player is around 35-years-old and has a demanding job that takes up most of his or her time. “Because it’s a hobby, you get a lot more mature people in it,” Nordgren said.

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