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The company behind Eve Online is latest firm to go on the attack against video game gambling sites.
After years of hype and promise, VR finally became a reality for consumers in 2016.
The UK games industry can be contrary at the best of times and right now, in the face of Brexit uncertainty, it’s contradicting even the most optimistic of analysts.
Yet another major games company is opening a development studio in London.
CCP’s popular MMO space sim EVE Online is dropping its compulsory subscription fees.
It will take the best part of an entire console lifecycle before virtual reality starts to VR starts to strut its stuff commercially.
After years of anticipation, VR is finally launching in the coming months.
Developer CCP has said that it is calling time on online PS3’s EVE-themed shooter Dust 514.
Those who pre-order the Oculus Rift will get space shooter Eve: Valkyrie for free.
Until now the ship browser tool within MMO title EVE Online has been known as the ‘Interbus Ship Identification System’. The acronym for which is very unfortunate.
CCP has won itself investment to the tune of $30m to ensure it is ahead of the VR wave.
Paradox has acquired World of Darkness publisher White Wolf from CCP in an all-cash deal.
It will take longer than some people think for VR to hit the big time, the CEO of CCP has said.
Iceland is a thriving landscape for games, backed by strong government investment in the industry.