Warp drive…active! They just continually keep blaming us for eve echoes isk this shift, like we left it even asked for it.You’re goddamn right. I really don’t want EO 2.0, I want portable, can have some short pleasure with it, EVE.Same sick go back to Online, and hault my lap top around for cellular play when I am at work.Time to fire the Chromebook…
FWIW, EE can simply be downloaded one of my Chromebooks (Pixel Slate) and not two others.Not it things for Geforce Now, unless they are skipping some Chromebooks for other reasons…I played EO consistently for approximately 8 years, and also on-and-off sporadically for another 3. I’ve got capital boats, I’ve got billions of isk, I’ve hit trillions earlier but lost the drive to push hard as I gained greater irl responsibilities (having to cover a mortgage really is a bitch let me inform you, I miss my carefree years). I really like EO for many reasons, I don’t return to it for just as many reasons, but the most important reason is that it’s such a time commitment to do anything meaningful.
Then came EE, and it provided what I wanted. Casual EVE. I am not a carebear by any means, I’ve done my time at large, low, null, sov, WH, it all. I’ve been in nigh-endless wars that never seem to really change front lines that much, I have been the winner, I’ve been the loser, I’ve had enormous profits, I have gotten a freighter popped. EVE is enjoyable in so many facets, and some of my finest memories still revolve around blopdrops, sitting round orbiting a blop for seven hours simply to have two moments of popping throughout the Cyno for a twenty minute fight and running away to regroup. To lots of people, that’s lots of wasted time, I didn’t even get loot. Nevertheless, it was FUN.
EE does not have to be EO. Bubbles are a mistake. Taking away safe afk autopilot is a error. We don’t need another EO, we have already GOT EO. If we wanted to have multiple accounts and scout and perform all the time-consuming bullshit inherent with mid-to-high level gameplay in EO, we’d still be on EO. SO MANY OF US are tired of the constant time investment and we can not do it, even if we would love to. Playing EE has left me need to look in my own EO account and just twist around in my dreadnought, if it’s still around (can’t remember where I parked it tbh, could be long gone when I parked it in a corp foundation, which I am fine with).Allow me to start off by saying I always wanted to play with EVE online, but never did. To advanced, grind parade nightmirror, and waaaaay to much attention was needed alongside a learning curve that blew off my head.
Devs amazes us the notion: So when EVE Echoes was announced as a”Condensed” version on mobile, I got super excited! Just a few buttons, simple learning curve yet still complicated enough to be interesting, and cartoring to”Mobile” players with AFK traveling (This is a selling point from the devs themselves) You are able to AFK, or if you become disconnected, phone call, wifi, or real life matters suddenly need your attention. They SOLD THIS GAME as a cellular game with the guarantee it might cater to phone users. They even emphasized that if you only have a few min, log on, send your boat some where to cheap eve isk do a fast delivery, log away.