The first pass of changes has already been made for EVE Online’s war declaration system, and the current results have been positive thus far according to the most recent development update. Wars are being abused less and players are more encouraged to participate directly. However, the changes from December were only the start of the process, and the next patch planned for March is aimed at closing a couple of persistent loopholes.
Meanwhile, CCP says it’s still working on the 64-bit client – yes, it will be the end of support for the 32-bit client and a change in system requirements for the game.
— EVE Online (@EveOnline) February 28, 2019