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Happy Holidays! - Launchers & Snowballs & Trinkets... Oh My!

By Team Murder Services
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Good afternoon Capsuleers and Seasons Greetings from everyone here at CCP Games! With Operation Frostline in full swing and the Serpentis Corporation taking a firm beating, we thought we'd continue the holiday cheer and give a little update as to some of the other items that will be making appearances across across New Eden through December and into January 2016. SNOWBALL FIGHT! (click to enlarge) Firstly, the always popular stacks of snowballs and festival launchers will return to your hangars...

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Grid Sizes & You

By Team Game of Drones
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You may have noticed as you fly through space that you only see other ships within a certain distance of your own.

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Operation Frostline - Seasons Greetings From CCP!

By Team Murder Services
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Greetings Capsuleers! The holiday season is firmly upon us, and over the course of December and into January 2016 we have a few treats in store for the pilots of New Eden. Following the deployment of the December release tomorrow, there will be key moments during the season where pilots can celebrate the festivities with fireworks, snowballs, special offers on PLEX and Aurum, sales in the New Eden Store, and of course the customary array of collectible Christmas trinkets. There’s also something...

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Tranquility Tech III - An Update

By CCP Gun Show
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Hello Capsuleers! It's been a little while since you've heard from the Operations team, so we thought we would give you a progress report on building the new server cluster that powers EVE Online. For a good initial overview of the project, check out this dev blog. With endless amount of meetings, planning , reviewing, and reiterating the configuration while waiting for the hardware to arrive on the shores of Iceland, we finally have all the pieces together to construct this magnificent puzzle....

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Scanning and Probing Changes in Parallax

By CCP Goliath
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Hi scanning fans, Team Psycho Sisters here to let you know about some of the improvements we’ve made to the Probe Scanner interface, the Solar System map, and the Directional Scanner. Firstly, let’s go over these features and their purpose. The Probe Scanner interface, coupled with the Solar System map, is the primary way explorers in EVE discover their content. The Probe Scanner allows them oversight of their probes, as well as a display of all Cosmic Signatures in a system and any Cosmic Anom...

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Amarr Championships: Time to Rule (Schedule and Rules)

By CCP Logibro
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Welcome contenders and capsuleers alike! The Amarr Championships are upon us. To help guide you through one of the most sacred events to the Amarr Empire, here are some details on the upcoming schedule and rules. Schedule of Sanctity The initial two rounds of the Amarr Championship will take place on the 8th, 14th and 15th of November.

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The Crimson Harvest

By Team Murder Services
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(click to enlarge) Bloody Omir ran away, Hiding from the light of day. He made a base out in the night, Far away from the Empire's might. Holders think they all are safe, Protected by the Empire's grace. Silly people, you should know... You shall reap just what you sow. Bloody Omir is coming back, With monsters from the endless black. Wading through a crimson flood, Omir has come to drink your blood. An infamous nursery rhyme that sends chills down the spine of youngsters across the Amarr Empir...

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EVE Vegas 2015 - Schedule, Store, Charity Events & More!

By CCP Falcon
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With EVE Vegas fast approaching, we're happy to announce a little about what you'll be able to find in the EVE Store at Planet Hollywood during the event, and a couple of efforts that we'll be running during the event for charitable causes! Firstly, we'd like to share the finalized schedule with you all, which includes a whole host of roundtables and presentations by both players and developers alike.

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Exploring The Character Bazaar & Skill Trading

By Team Size Matters
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Let's talk a bit about the Character Bazaar! In case you aren't familiar, here's how it works currently: we provide a character transfer service that allows anyone to move characters from one of their accounts to any other account at a price of two PLEX per transfer.

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Sovereignty, Jump Fatigue reductions and more in Parallax on Nov 3

By Team Five 0
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Here's the latest round of iterations on the sovereignty system coming in the Parallax release on Nov 3rd, as well as a few other features that your space friends in Team Five 0 have been working on. Sovereignty – Parallax Edition Some of these changes were previously covered in our last dev blog “NEXT SET OF SOV AND CAPITAL MOVEMENT ITERATIONS”.

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Tranquility Tech III

By CCP Gun Show
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On behalf of the Operations Team, and with blog writing music blasting on full (Skálmöld), I am privileged to be telling you about a huge project called Tranquility Tech III, which we plan to complete by early 2016. The project is called TQ Tech III (TQ is short for “Tranquility”, the live server for EVE Online) because this is the third time the EVE infrastructure is physically moved, and CCP is now also making a significant investment in all new hardware (Network, Storage, and Servers) whilst...

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#CCPizza – it was real!

By CCP Mimic
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Greetings marvelous ones! We tend to use devblogs and news articles to call attention to exciting new things our developers are working on or what to expect in the next release just a few weeks away, but I wanted to change that up a bit for once, and give a shout out to the friendly generosity of EVE players. A few weeks ago, a simple post appeared on Reddit by AgonistX.

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Testing a new EVE Launcher

By Team RnB
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We have been working on a new way to install and update the EVE client, and are now ready to give you a preview of a brand new launcher. How is it different? The patching mechanism is simpler This should result in fewer cases of failed patching.

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