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I quit WoW for EVE at the first place

  • State: Arizona
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Listed: October 10, 2020 7:48 am
  • Expires: 70 days, 14 hours
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Leaders of the excellent player-run corporations are meeting to determine how to respond to the Drifter strikes, specifically how to push back at CCP Games for launch these NPC invasions. Many men and women in Nullsec feel as though the multiplayer gameplay has been compromised by the Drifter invasions. Many alliance leaders are mad that the drifter invasion interrupted participant conflicts, many of which were months in the building. Imperium’s leader, ” The Mittani, summed up what many are feeling when talking to PCGamer:

“The Imperium was in the midst of prosecuting a war involving tens of thousands of real players. We’re annoyed that we have needed to prevent our player vs player war and grind through what amounts to World of Warcraft-style raid content, however we have broken down how the Drifter AI works and also have successfully defended all of our structures thus far. I anticipate going back to actual player vs player content, which is why I quit WoW for EVE at the first place.”

As a result, the significant alliance leaders are likely revenge that can negatively affect all New Eden. Embargoes set on Tier 2 products – which can be harvestable in Nullsec then shipped to hubs such as Jita – could compromise and starve the PVE economy, something that is felt even more in a game like EVE Online versus a traditional MMO. While more than an embargo has been planned, one thing is for sure: EVE’s great corporations won’t take the disruption of Nullsec space lying down.

Because of this, a blackout of local chat in player-owned space will happen, effectively altering how intelligence is gathered in Nullsec. Effectively, the local chat system has been set up to work much like it does in Wormhole space: gamers can opt in to be seen in local chat. Previously once you enter a system you are added to the local chat window. You have the ability to see who exactly is in space together with you and whether or not they are friend or foe.

Via user Wingspantt on Reddit, the issues many capsuleers in Nullsec have this are laid quite bare. Neighborhood chat, the user says,”for decades has been utilized as a tool of war, reconnaissance and intelligence more than it’s used for social functions.” By allowing players to opt into area chat while in Nullsec, it takes much of the initial intelligence gathering from gamers. This greatly benefits cloaked players specifically, because they may essentially become completely invisible as a result. The blackout will essentially make Nullsec incredibly unsafe for those players who call it home.

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