EVE PULSE – Visual Updates, Upcoming Changes, CSM & More

Hey Capsuleers, welcome to the Pulse,
your regular catch-up on everything that’s been happening in EVE Online. The Council of Stellar
Management – or the CSM – are here in the Reykjavik
office for their summit. CSM members will be discussing
a multitude of subjects to do with EVE Online even making their own
presentations to the staff. We will have more details to share with you on
the outcome of the summit on the next episode of the Pulse. To talk about the motives behind recent and
upcoming changes to EVE Online, here’s CCP Burger. Hey guys, this is me, CCP Burger talking to you
from the CCP headquarters in Reykjavik, Iceland. It’s CSM week, super busy, super fun, a lot of fantastic conversations going on,
pretty awesome. Over the last few months, we’ve been upping our game
when it comes to content delivery. We’ve been shipping features and changes to the
game every 2 weeks since October. These range from awesome things like
the Frigate Escape Bay to new Filaments, but it also includes more
eat-your-vegetables type features like Broker Relations and
changes to mineral distribution. We’re doing all these things to give you more reasons
to log in, undock, and do amazing things. Due to recent Fanfest changes,
you can expect to see more of me in the coming weeks and months
to give you more glimpses glimpses into what we’re thinking
about the future of EVE. See you in space. Back in January, we reported that the transition
to the 64-bit client for EVE Online was complete and that we would be
deprecating the 32-bit client. Since the 26th February, users have no longer been
able to launch the 32-bit version of EVE and have had to use the 64-bit version of the game. If you have previously manually
selected the 32-bit client in the launcher, you will be automatically moved back to the
64-bit version of the client, provided your system supports 64-bit. The move to a single 64-bit client will
reduce the development time associated with maintaining two clients,
while allowing further investment into the technical infrastructure of EVE. While the 64-bit client has been
in use by a vast majority of players, if you are experiencing any issues,
please file a bug report. And now, to an undisclosed location
in deep space, it’s CCP Convict. Hi everyone. EVE is beautiful,
and we want to keep it that way, so I’m out here now just checking out
some of the visual updates that we’ve made to the
moons of New Eden. With higher resolution textures,
improved lighting and updated shaders, these changes will add more detail
to these planetary satellites and increase the level of immersion
Capsuleers will experience while out in space. *Sigh* they do look really good. Oh that’s right, last week we introduced
Needlejack Filaments to the game, and since then over 3,500 of them
have been activated as pilots yeet their
fleets all over New Eden. Wait a minute… Well, looks like I’m not going anywhere,
but at least while we wait, we get to have a look at the new
Gila Abyssal Exostorm and Darkfield SKINs which are available in the New Eden Store right now. In addition to that,
the Forces of the Abyss SKIN bundle is also available for your Gila. As well as these two new SKINs,
the bundle also includes the Abyssal Firestorm, Afterglow,
and Abyssal Thunderstorm SKINs The bundle is available for 30% off,
so make sure you pick it up for your Gila. Now, where did I set my clone? Thanks for joining us Capsuleers,
that’s all for this episode of the Pulse. Remember to click subscribe
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See you next time.

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