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Have you ever wished you could watch a game from anywhere? Perhaps you are traveling and want to keep an eye on the auction house. Or you need to make sure your fleet is safe. If you’re an Eve Online player, you know what I mean.
Fortunately, CCP Games has exactly the answer. Eve Anywhere is out of beta today. Eve Anywhere allows Eve Online players to access the game from a browser. It’s available now for players in the US and select European countries, with more coming soon.
Powered by Intel technology, the new service crosses connections to high-performance PCs through the cloud. This new option also allows players historically limited by hardware to participate. Anyone can play just about anywhere, and you can switch seamlessly between the browser and the game client.
The beta for Eve Anywhere started last year across Europe. As of August 2021, more than 11,000 players around the world have streamed more than 86,000 sessions. These sessions provided the CCP with valuable information to ensure a smooth launch for the public.
“EVE Anywhere has been incredibly well received by those who have tested it in beta over the past year. We really appreciate you Capsuleers for trying it out and sharing valuable feedback to help us improve the experience,” said Bergur Finnbogason, Creative Director of EVE Online. “Thanks to all your help, we’re finally ready to get EVE Anywhere into your hands, regardless of your browser preferences.”
All players need to do to try Eve Anywhere is to login their accounts and click the ‘Launch Eve Online’ button. For a stable gaming experience, it is recommended that players have a connection speed of at least 25 mbps.
For more information about Eve Online, visit Eve News.
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