A beautiful gleaming red SKIN is now available in the New Eden Store, recreating the enchanting effect of one of the rarest minerals in New Eden: enjoy the Morphite Shine SKIN!
The Morphite Shine SKIN is available for the following ship hulls:
But that is not all! The Morphite Shine SKINs honor the fabulous discount on other classic SKINs and will cost only 800 AUR.
There never has been a better opportunity to decorate your mining ships!
Purchasing SKINs is easy:
From time to time we recieve requests from our pilots to visit CCP's studios, so that they can take a look at where we put together our spaceships.
Until now, there hasn't been a 100% clear procedure on how to contact CCP to arrange a tour of one of our studios, with most pilots simply submitting support tickets to request a tour.
With this in mind, we've put together some helpful guidelines on how to contact us and what information we'll need if you're looking to come visit!
You can read the new Studio Visitation Policy at this link, which will let you know how you can contact us and during what hours we offer tours. It also include a handy FAQ with our most commonly received questions.
Also, we have beer. And Quafe. Lots of Quafe.
Congratulations, it's Friday!
Before you configure a new Chevy Bolt, check out all the highlights and trailers from last night's videogame awards show or wax nostalgic about manual transmissions, first make sure you sign up for a chance to win a smart home surveillance kit, courtesy of Synology -- the entry window closes tonight at 11:59PM ET.
Each year that Geoff Keighley's Game Awards distances itself from its SpikeTV past, it gets subsequently less embarrassing to watch. And without a doubt, The Game Awards 2016 was the best show yet. Couldn't watch the stream? Well, that's too bad, but we've got you covered. Below you'll find a list of the night's big winners in addition to all the trailers that made their world premieres onstage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. There were a few emotional moments onstage as well, including Ryan Green accepting the Games for Impact award for That Dragon, Cancer; Keighley presenting his friend Hideo Kojima with a statue for Industry Icon and Nolan North throwing striking voice actors under the bus during his acceptance speech for best performance.
Source: The Game Awards (YouTube)
Jesse Houston, Sean Bender and Robin Mayne founded Phoenix Labs in 2014 after leaving League of Legends studio Riot Games, and they staffed their independent venture with folks from the Mass Effect team and other mainstream franchises. Today, Phoenix Labs revealed its debut game: Dauntless, a cooperative, online action-RPG set to hit PC, for free, in 2017.
Telltale Games is taking its episodic style out into the galaxy. The Guardians of the Galaxy, that is. Details are scant at the moment, but in a statement, the developer's Kevin Bruner says that, "In Marvel's Guardian's of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series, players will take on multiple roles within the ragtag band of heroes, and take the pilot's seat in directing their escapades around the universe." So there's that. Want more? Like the studio's take on Batman, Guardians will be available at retail in physical form. Meaning, the first episode will be on the disc in 2017 and the subsequent four will be title updates. The future!
Source: Telltale Games (YouTube)