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Winter 2017

Refineries Sunday, December 31, 2017

The next class of capsuleer-built structures are arriving, putting even more industrial power in the hands of pilots throughout New Eden!

Refineries will revolutionize how consumable resources are harvested and processed in New Eden, and will become the premier structure for capsuleers to use when collecting, processing, refining and reprocessing.

This new line of structures will offer an entirely new method of moon mining, and improve the ability to carry out reactions by utilizing the new industry UI for the process, allowing capsuleers to streamline their industrial workflows like never before.

Details in the dev blog

Moon Mining Sunday, December 31, 2017

With the arrival of refineries, capsuleers will now be able to carry out moon mining operations directly via these structures, transforming the process from an entirely passive form of income into an active form of gameplay that promotes collaboration and conflict.

Improved Reactions Sunday, December 31, 2017

The arrival of refineries heralds a rework of reactions, wherein they will be moved to the new industry UI, and will be a process exclusive to refinery structures.

With a simplified interface for ease of use by pilots of all levels of industrial expertise, the new reactions system will bring a more coherent and clear process to the fingertips of both veteran and rookie industrialists.

Faction Citadels Sunday, December 31, 2017

To put control of nullsec space firmly in the hands of capsuleers, this winter pilots will see a transformation of existing conquerable stations, when they will be replaced by faction citadels.

Whichever organization controls the conquerable station at the time of the conversion will be granted the faction citadel, and landmarks will be created to preserve the heritage of battles fought over these sought-after structures.

Check out more details in the dev blog!

Details in the dev blog