EVE Online Heading To Mac
1:22 PM | Tuncer Deniz | 9 comments
MacWorld's Peter Cohen confirms that EVE Online is coming to the Mac. CCP Games confirmed to Macworld that they would be bringing the game to Intel-equipped Macs. The company is working with Cider developer TransGaming Technologies.
Here's more from Macworld's report:
CCP Games calls EVE Online the world’s largest game universe. It’s a massively multiplayer online role playing game (MMORPG) set in outer space. The service currently has over 160,000 active subscriptions — more than 34,000 thousand players have been online at once.When released for the Mac, EVE Online will cost $14.95 per month to play. No release dates were announced.
Players encounter a new online universe where the setting is the distant universe, and mankind has migrated to the stars. Different factions control various regions of space.
The world of EVE Online is very open-ended. Players pilot their own spacecraft, customizing them or trading up as they can. Players can participate in a variety of activities from mining to fighting, manufacturing to trade, transport of goods, even piracy.
For more on Eve Online, be sure to check out the Macworld report.
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