The sole blockades I’ve observed, even 12+ gamers can not seem to lock small ships like Probe CO with signature reduction bonuses. People on here make it sound like it is the end of the planet, but hardly anyone I know have actually died from this.I went in with two accounts, alt since thats what the community said was better in the long run. And I was all in to invest my time, but this game’s speed is too fast to support real life along with the in-game life.As soon as covid is finished and everyone must go outside again, it is going to be a ghost town. No new players to make the economy dynamic and it’ll be another eve with a committed community.
I wish I could play this game between actual life than just taking away from it or the other games that I love. I want it to be a different game I really like and not the only match I love.Yup. I doubled up on Omega so I’ll probably fart around casually for some time seeing how it plays out for a few more weeks then uninstall if nothing else is done.
I concur. I believe there has to be a distinction between both platforms. EO and EE have to have some differences due to the simple fact that EE is played on mobile devices. It seems there are several EO theories that are employed in EE which make it less portable friendly. But they need to be substituted if that is assumed to be a mobile game. I really don’t think us cellular gamers are asking for an authentic, honest, committed EO encounter but on our telephones. I believe we are saying it is okay if we are not getting the authentic EO experience since we know we are on cellular. If we wanted to actual thing we would be enjoying EO on PC, but we’re not. We are here for a mobile-minded version of Eve, maybe not a EO port to cellular.
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