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EVE Echoes, New Eden, and all related concepts therein are the property of CCP Games and NetEase Games, which has no affiliation with this website. All original content is the property of CCP and NetEase originally planned to release EVE Echoes back in 2019. However, with the onset of the Coronavirus, the launch was inevitably delayed. Thankfully, EVE Echoes pushed through and launched in August 2020 and is available to download and play online. September 20: NetEase is giving players a say in determining the future of autopilot, and has launched a survey on the Eve Echoes Discord page. Eve Echoes has a problem, and in many ways it’s an issue of identity. The sci-fi MMORPG followed in the footsteps of Eve Online, one of the most popular PC games ever, and much of its marketability. EVE Echoes has been a collaborative effort between CCP Games and NetEase Games over the past three years with both companies incorporating feedback from the community at every step, in order to.

NetEase Games and CCP Games announce the official launch of their eagerly awaited standalone EVE Online mobile sci-fi sandbox MMO EVE Echoes

Fern task executive chair. GUANGHZHOU, China – August 13th, 2020 Global games developer NetEase Games and renowned studio CCP Games have successfully delivered what players love about EVE Online to mobile platforms. Today, after three years of close collaboration, their journey together culminates in the launch of EVE Echoes for iOS and Android. The game will launch in English, Russian, Chinese, German, French, Spanish and Portuguese, enabling new players and EVE enthusiasts all over the world to enjoy the hallmark game experience of EVE Echoes on their mobile devices.

EVE Echoes is a next-gen sandbox MMO game for mobile devices based on the award-winning sci-fi spacefaring MMORPG EVE Online. Featuring a vast persistent universe of over 8,000+ solar systems, players are free to choose their own path from countless options, experiencing space exploration, immense PvP and PvE battles, mining, trading, industry, and a sophisticated player economy in the multiplayer sandbox of New Eden.

The new launch video can be found here:

“I'm very excited to see what millions of mobile players will bring to the EVE universe,” says Hilmar Veigar Pétursson, CEO of CCP Games. “I'm sure we'll see some new adventures, new social structures and new paradigms being formed, which will inspire us, just like EVE on PC has done, to take EVE Echoes, EVE Online and all the EVE games even further than we could have ever imagined.”

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Wei Su, Senior producer of EVE Echoes at NetEase Games, adds: “Regardless of the outcome, it's the journey that matters. All our efforts are dedicated to bringing a sense of freedom, belonging, and excitement to our players.”

Going forward, NetEase Games and CCP Games will work on bringing even more content from the EVE universe to mobile. Players can look forward to features such as Sovereignty and larger ship hulls being brought to the game via continuous updates. As NetEase Games and CCP Games continue improving and enriching the game, they will look to EVE Echoes’ supportive community and fans for feedback, ideas and suggestions.

Further along in the future, players can expect to hear announcements about crossover events between EVE Echoes and EVE Online.

Forge your own legacy in a limitless universe! EVE Echoes is now available in Apple Store and Google Play. Sign up to create your sci-fi space.


For more information about the EVE Universe, please visit EVE Echoes’ Official Website, Facebook, Twitter and Discord.


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CCP is a leading independent game developer that has been praised for its artistry, technology and game design that facilitates emergent behavior, empowering players with compelling means of self-expression. With the launch of EVE Online in May 2003, CCP established itself as a pioneer of cutting edge massively multiplayer games, winning numerous awards and receiving critical acclaim worldwide. Founded in 1997 on the principle of pushing the envelope and breaking new ground on all levels, CCP is on a mission to create virtual worlds more meaningful than real life. CCP is headquartered in Reykjavik, Iceland, and has additional studios in London and Shanghai. For more information, visit


EVE Online (PC/Mac) is a compelling, community-driven sci-fi MMO game where players can build and pilot a wide variety of spaceships, traversing vast solar systems for free and choosing their own path from countless options, experiencing space exploration, immense PvP and PvE battles, mining, industry and a sophisticated player economy in an ever-expanding sandbox. EVE is a captivating game in which hundreds of thousands of players compete for riches, power, glory and adventure, forging their own destinies in a single thriving universe. For more information, visit

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NetEase Targets Echoes RMT Community

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Mobile games aren’t safe from botters or script kiddies, especially with the use of Android Emulators like BlueStack. NetEase, the developers behind EVE Echoes aren’t ignoring this fact, and the September 9 patch turned the screws on scripting/macros/button wizards, as part of efforts to push those bad actors out of the game. The extended maintenance downtime came with a long list of updates, and the first listed item targeted one path for Real Money Trading (RMT).

Function Adjustments:

  1. Guest accounts need to carry out account linking before they can transfer supplies. (Sept 9, 2020 Patch Notes)

This was action following a post from earlier in the week, which stated punishments would range from 7 day to permanent bans for accounts, should players be found guilty of ‘wizarding’ the game, or even overuse of the refund request system.

“Capsuleers: We have been banning accounts associated with scripting/macros/button wizards, of which many are associated with RMT (real money trading), daily and have reduced the overall number of these in New Eden, but we’re always open to additional reports from the community. If you see a player or corporation facilitating RMT, please report them” – Joseph, EVE Echoes Official Discord

As an EVE Online veteran, this smells familiar – ‘See a bot, report it’. Having used the form already, I can say the process is fairly simple. Click this handy link, provide a couple of personal details, and then give the various details you have of the suspected botters. A Discord account is required, which may turn some people off reporting, however many pilots who have used it see this as NetEase learning from current game issues. Requiring a reporter to provide some way to identify themselves, and hopefully a way to thank them for their efforts, feels like a sign it will be taken seriously. While “scripting/macros/button wizards” seems vague, and it is, the instructions on the form are more specific about the reports being focused on RMT related actions.

There had been rumors, before any of these official posts, of developers “aiding” pilots in their efforts to remove the automation based production from targeted ‘wizardry’ accounts, namely planetary materials. Whether the rumors are true or not, a heist on a massive scale did happen. Low end estimates place the captured gains north of 17 billion ISK. While that doesn’t sound like much to EVE Online vets, using the PLEX price of 140k as a comparison point the adjusted value would be approximately 315 billion ISK. Unfortunately, EVE Echoes lacks an API and a public killboard, and so we may never know the true value.

Hopefully, the new reporting function will help to provide the developers with enough information to seriously tackle the RMT community within Echoes. If you have an opinion on botting in the mobile universe, let us know in the comments below!

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