EVE Online previews upcoming nullsec and sovereignty changes

    
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EVE Online previews upcoming nullsec and sovereignty changes

The world of EVE Online‘s nullsec is changing. It’s not getting any safer, no, but the nature of the dangers you face therein are evolving. The latest development blog outlines what’s changing on July 14th, starting with a major revision to nullsec PvE with changes to the Pirate Detection Array. These arrays now spawn more anomalies and allow for more total players to take part in battles against NPCs without significantly changing the overall quality of rewards.

Survey networks and incursions will also be undergoing changes, alongside sovereignty capture changes that had been previewed extensively. The dispatch also outlines future changes for Encounter Surveillance systems and dedicated group PvE. It’s going to make the big untamed world a bit more dangerous; you can read up on all the details in the official development blog.

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Kanbe
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Kanbe

He does but he’s spending most of his time developing a game, I believe it was called predestination, that’s currently in early access on steam. He still does eve evolved which I think is biweekly as well as the column that covers things not quite an mmo,not so massivley if recall the name correctly.

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BenesHacha

I feel like this is the second EVE article I’ve seen recently that wasn’t published by Brendan…he still works here right?