EVE Online News – Phoebe Update Goes Live

CCP Games has announced that the Phoebe update for EVE Online has gone live as of today, November 4th. Phoebe marks the beginning of a series of updates to, as developers put it, send EVE Online in bold new directions. The patch brings several new features online.

Phoebe includes:

  • A lifting of the 24-hour start time limitation for the character skill queue, which allows players to map out and train skills for months and years and evolve their gameplay experience how they want
  • Consolidation of the entire Invention and Reverse-Engineering systems with improvements to each and a more intuitive progression for industrialists
  • Multisell: The ability to create multiple market sell orders for EVE’s sophisticated and much-studied player-run markets
  • Updated escalation sites, data sites and reward scaling for missions and low-end wormholes
  • An upgraded sensor overlay brings more life to space including player bookmarks and better orientation
  • A new notification system that’s completely configurable to help each player quickly identify the information that’s important to them.
  • Higgs Anchor: A new module that should prove useful to low-end wormhole usage and miners
  • Rebalancing of stealth bombers and heavy interdictors
  • More UI and game systems improvements listed in the patch notes

Read more on the EVE Online site.


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