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EVE Echoes Was Released On iOS and Android Last Week

Well, it wasn’t exactly a launch date as originally believed, but we at least now have a launch window for EVE Echoes. The livestream from yesterday announced that the mobile version of the internet spaceship sandbox will arrive to iOS and Android devices some time this August.

The stream itself detailed a number of things that are being worked on for the full release of EVE Echoes, including corporations. It also went over improvements that have been made over the course of the game’s development to things like UI, and outlined a new Capsuleer Outpost feature, which is similar to a citadel except they’re owned by individuals instead of corporations. Plans for corporation infrastructure features like citadels are in the works for future updates.

The stream also touched on monetization, confirming that EVE Echoes will have a free-to-play scheme similar to EVE Online itself with Alpha and Omega Clones. Omega Clones will have two different levels, though details on that weren’t elaborated on in the stream. As for pay-to-win worries, the devs on the stream promise a “reasonable” monetization system. If you are in need of Cheap EVE Echoes ISK, come to, where you can enjoy the cheapest price online and 3% off with a coupon code “Z2U”.

EVE Echoes is a next-gen sandbox MMO game for mobile devices based on the award-winning sci-fi spacefaring MMORPG EVE Online. Featuring a vast persistent universe of over 8,000+ solar systems, players are free to choose their own path from countless options, experiencing space exploration, immense PvP and PvE battles, mining, trading, industry, and a sophisticated player economy in the multiplayer sandbox of New Eden.

The game utilizes NetEase Games’ proprietary graphics engine, NeoX, in combination with CCP’s game design to realize stunning nebulae, boundless star fields, majestic planets, and unpredictable asteroid belts at unprecedented graphical detail on mobile devices.

Finally, the stream took a look at the Yan Jung faction, which EVE lore buffs know to be a group of people who arrived to New Eden some time ago but have returned to New Eden in the fiction of EVE Echoes. The stream offered a look at a Yan Jung battlecruiser and the general aesthetic choices for the faction’s ships, which are said to be heavily inspired by oriental weaponry.