Daily Tip:When doing planetary interaction, it is usually better to perform only a couple of the industrial steps, rather than harvesting raw materials and combining them several times to make advanced materials.

Defining Ambulation - An EVE Online Video Interview with CCP's Torfi Olafsson

Updated Fri, May 16, 2008 by Shayalyn

I'm walkin', yes indeed....

Senior Technical Producer Torfi Frans Olafsson is the force behind EVE Online's Ambulation project, an endeavor that will allow EVE players to step out of their ships and into their avatars for the first time ever. Our video interview with Torfi will give you an idea how Ambulation fits into EVE Online's present and future, plus its chock full of seldom seen in-game ambulation video clips. Enjoy!

I've been immersed in EVE since 1999... it's a very tangible place to me, it's a living, breathing world. I'm really excited about allowing the players go even further into this huge, intricate world that we've created. So ambulation is technically about giving the player an actual body so that they can exit their pod, walk around inside the stations, meet up, play some games, gamble a little bit, have a beer, basically hang out. What it's not: it's not a killing simulator, it's not an FPS within EVE.

EVE-Fanfest-Attendees.jpg

CCP reveals its plans for an epic celebration of the EVE universe at EVE Fanfest in May.

Press Release, Video, News, Official Announcements
Fri, Feb 28, 2014
Martuk
EVE-Comic.jpg

The first issue of Dark Horse Comics’ new series featuring the true stories of EVE Online in comic form is now available.

News, Official Announcements
Thu, Feb 20, 2014
Martuk
John-Smedley.jpg
SOE's president discusses why themepark MMOs are unsustainable and why games with player-driven tasks are more likely the wave of the future.
News
Wed, Feb 12, 2014
gunky
Respawn Logo
In this edition of Respawn we take a brief look at Catlateral Damage and why there are no MMOs where you're a cat knocking stuff in the floor.
Features
Thu, Feb 06, 2014
Xerin

News from around the 'Net