EVE Online pumps out quality-of-life patch, starts taking CSM applications

    
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The skies are crowded with activity in EVE Online as of late. CCP came out this week to talk about many of the “little changes” and quality-of-life improvements that have arrived with today’s patch.

These cover changes to help track fleets, the addition to fleet tags on the target bar, a new way to filter the compare tool, a reduction in jump fatigue accumulation, a structures tab in systems; show info windows, tooltips on personal security status in various systems, and plenty of other smaller items.

Applications for the game’s 13th Council of Stellar Management are now open and will continue to accept bids through this Friday, March 23rd. Players who wish to serve on the community advisory panel have to meet certain requirements, such as having an account that’s at least two months old, being 18 years old or older, and allowing CCP access to your personal identification.

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Wilhelm Arcturus

And the server is still down hours later because the new chat system, which didn’t run very well on the test server, is breaking everything. Good thing we have the skill queue now, we don’t have to worry if we left a long skill training.