EVE Echoes has been eyeballing August as its launch month for some time now but never really bothered to nail down a calendar date until this past Saturday, where the devs confirmed a launch date of Thursday, August 13th. The announcement still points to the game’s ongoing pre-registration which will unlock a number of free goodies for the community as milestones are hit, though the tunnel for opening up that free shiny now has a visible light at its end.
In other EVE Echoes news, the devs have once more shared AMA answers in graphic form, with the Q&A focusing mostly on features and plans for corporations and alliances. Answers include confirmation that corps-created contracts and corps-built stations will be a thing, confirmation of an increased alliance size limit, the associated fees for corps and alliances, and many more. We’ve put together a gallery of these answers below for your perusal.
We're excited to announce that EVE Echoes will officially launch on August 13. Get your ships ready. A journey without limits is about to begin. #EVEEchoes
— EVE Echoes (@EveEchoes) July 25, 2020