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EVE News – Website update Tuesday, March 9, 2021

A new version of the EVE News website is now live, ready to serve all Capsuleers eager to hear the latest from New Eden!

Going forward, all items will contain tags to help you find the content you’re interested in, including the Future Updates tag that is replacing EVE Updates.

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New Fleet Formations update Tuesday, March 9, 2021

The Fleet Formations update has gone live in EVE Online! As part of the Reign Quadrant, Capsuleers now have a powerful tactical weapon to wield on the battlefield.

Fleets will be able to arrive at a location from warp in a variety of formations that not only look amazing, but can also be used to influence fleet behavior.

Also as part of the Fleet Formations update, the new deployable Mobile Cynosural Beacon is now available in-game. Improving the ease of fleet travel by cyno in New Eden, the Mobile Cynosural Beacon allows fleets to be deployed without the need for a dedicated cynosural beacon ship.

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Expert Systems – now live Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Brand new Expert Systems are now live in EVE Online! These are designed to help rookie Capsuleers discover and experience new activities by providing specific virtual skills and skill levels for a limited time that cannot be extracted through the use of Skill Extractors.

For a 7-day period per Expert System, you can taste the dream of a particular profession in EVE without having to commit to the skill training required by that path of progression and waiting for it to complete.

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Announcing Native macOS Client Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Different thinking Capsuleers

CCP is excited to unveil work on a native macOS EVE Online client is underway.

The native macOS client will enable native support for macOS Big Sur and Apple's powerful graphics processing framework, Metal. The move to Metal ensures the best visual experience for players on macOS, along with significant optimizations and performance improvements compared to the existing client.

The first public test of the native macOS client is expected in Q1 2021. More details about the public testing and how to participate will be published in the new year.