A Special Report on the Apocrypha Launch for EVE Online

On March 10th the EVE universe expanded in a number of meaningful ways with the release of Apocrypha. Between the revamped new player experience and the addition of wormhole space, the 10th...
On March 10th the EVE universe expanded in a number of meaningful ways with the release of Apocrypha. Between the revamped new player experience and the addition of wormhole space, the 10th free expansion for EVE Online offers something for players of just about any skill level. In a special episode of MMOs, the Final Frontier, Reuben “Sardu” Waters offers up some initial impressions from his return to flight school:

Even if the expansion itself weren’t free to current subscribers, I think Apocrypha raises the bar both in terms of quality and providing meaningful content to a broad spectrum of players. I’ve been a big proponent for content that expands a core MMO experience outward rather than strictly upward, and the latest installment of the EVE saga not only accomplished exactly that, but does so with flying colors. Mind you, most of those colors are different shades of gunmetal gray, but this is EVE I’m talking about here!


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