KEY POINTS

  • "EVE Anywhere" has entered beta and will allow players to enjoy the game straight from their browsers
  • The beta is currently open to U.S. players only
  • "EVE Anywhere" players need to meet some requirements such as internet connectivity

"EVE Online" is a game that most may remember from the early 2000s. But like other titles that have gotten a reincarnation, the massive multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) should give any gamer a new kind of flavor in terms of space battles and traditional trading.

CCP Games has announced that the beta test of a version of the game called “EVE Anywhere” has now begun, Engadget reported. And as the title suggests, this version will allow gamers to play the title almost anywhere.

For those who may not be aware of what “EVE Online” is, curious gamers now get a chance to check it out. All one needs to play is any of the common browsers available today (i.e., Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari). Better yet, players can even enjoy the game at 1080p and 60 frames per second. Of course, the quality of play will still depend on a PC or Mac’s specs as well as the internet connection quality.

The developer has made the beta for the MMORPG available to anyone in the U.S., although there will be some requirements that need to be met before one can get access to “EVE Anywhere.”

At the moment, “EVE Online” players pay a monthly fee of $15 per month for the Omega subscription. Those already subscribed can participate in the beta with no added cost. So what about those who are new to the game?

New subscribers can sign up for the beta once they create their “EVE Online” account. The only hitch is that new subscribers will have to wait for an invite from CCP. Like existing subscribers, gamers who are determined to check out the game can do so by paying for an Omega subscription.

All a new subscriber needs to do is head on to the “EVE Online” home page to see if they are eligible. A “Launch EVE Online” button should appear for those who sign in. This is an MMORPG game that idle gamers can check out, especially for those who want to try a new adventure or challenge.

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