EVE Echoes is a different and complete EVE experience in the hands of EVE players

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EVE Echoes is a different and complete EVE experience in the hands of EVE players

Posted By willaqjw willaqjw     November 15, 2020    


When I first released it in 2012, I was deeply attracted, and it has been there until now, namely EVE Online. It was recommended to me by a friend of mine at the time, and then I registered and couldn't help myself. Normally, I feel even more disadvantaged due to the poor reputation of the game's "space spreadsheet". After entering the game, I completed a steep learning curve. I found myself completely fascinated by the CCP Games sandbox MMO, even though I was not particularly good at playing. But it can be said that after so long, my understanding of EVE Online has been very deep.

In August of this year, we now have a mobile version of EVE Online called EVE Echoes. Players who have already understood it should know that Cheap EVE Echoes ISK CCP Games developed the game in cooperation with Chinese developer Netease Games. Here, we don’t have to regret the stupidity of mobile gaming: outside of direct ports like Stardew Valley, most mobile “devices” tend to be the lifeless shells of larger consoles/PC brothers, these The shell is full of fascinating and exploitative microtransactions. These ridiculous things are largely the reason I escaped from Stellaris: Galaxy Command, the company replaced the grand strategy of its older siblings with an imitation of hollow tribal conflict.

Of course, EVE Echoes has the same large number of stars and planet clusters as Online, but the two are completely separated from each other. This means that EVE Echoes players will start all over again without the need for any established company to perform. Everyone will start with a basic frigate, rarely learn skills, and will not be named ISK after them. Since the community is deeply rooted, EVE Online can be intimidating for new players, so starting over is not a bad thing. Of course, as time goes by, Echoes will have its own collection of super companies, and what kind of experience players will have depends on their own operations.

The currency in EVE Echoes is EVE Echoes ISK, and players can use it to buy gear. Of course, it is a good choice for a player who encounters a bottleneck. But considering the actual situation, players definitely want to use less money to get Cheap EVE Echoes ISK, which is very good. You can have the Cheap EVE Echoes ISK or others you need on MMOWTS.com They not only have cheaper prices, but also have better services. This kind of experience is good.

Also, as you learn skills, you will improve your technical level so that you can control spaceships, weapons and other items. You can use all skills, although you must purchase ISK to unlock all skills except entry skills (the higher the skill, the more expensive it is to unlock). Even the basic, advanced and expert skills follow strict levels, requiring you to unlock the upper level before climbing the ladder. If you have nothing in line and are offline, then skill points can even deposit funds, which means that players who cannot log in every day can purchase "purchase" skills in bulk on demand.