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DUST 514 shutting down on May 30th, new Eve shooter to be revealed April 21st

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DUST 514 was first announced back in 2009 for the PlayStation 3 as a first person shooter played in conjunction with the massively multiplayer space sim EVE Online, and its final build was launched in 2013. CCP has announced that DUST 514 will be shuttered on May 30th, 2016 with a new FPS being developed to replace it.

EVE Online project works to advance medical science

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Recently, EVE Online developer CCP has partnered with Swiss-based Massively Multiplayer Online Science and Reykjavik University to initiate Project Discovery, an image analysis mini-game which will provide real data to support and advance the Human Protein Atlas.

CCP details upcoming EVE Online updates for Fall 2015 through Spring 2016

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CCP's Seagull has announced some of the updates coming to EVE Online in the next couple of months, including enforcing jump fatigue and some major graphic updates.

EVE Online's Galatea update rolls out, CCP teases major upheaval for the Amarr faction

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EVE Online’s Galatea update was released yesterday, and it contains some fairly major changes to the game's lore. That probably won't mean anything to anyone who hasn't been sucked into its world of corporate espionage and massive bloody space battles, but it's all leading up to a pretty big shake-up.

Last week the leader of the Amarr Empire faction, Empress Jamyl Sarum I, was assassinated by the mysterious Drifters. Now, developer CCP is holding a grand tournament to find out who will be the next ruler of the Empire. Players will fight on behalf of several notable figures in the Succession Trials, hosted at EVE Fanfest 2016 next year.

CCP Games explain concept of "new sovereignty system" in EVE Online with Aegis update

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Nullsec space has always been 'open season' for players in EVE Online but the way things change hands is shifting with the 'final part' of the Aegis update from CCP Games. A video explains the newly crowned sovereignty system.

It's a "much more dynamic" way for players to battle for territory, and "offers more opportunities" for smaller fish to play larger roles in attack or defence.

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