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Explora. Construye. Conquista. EVE Online te sumerge en una experiencia de ciencia-ficción donde cada una de tus acciones puede tener repercusiones a lo largo de un enorme universo online. Únete y compite contra más de 350.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 6 mayo 2003
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Aviso: Se necesita una suscripción mensual tras el primer mes. Únicamente podrás adquirir suscripciones mensuales o mejoras de cuenta desde EVE Online si has comprado EVE en Steam antes del 4 de Junio de 2013. Las suscripciones y los PLEX sólo los pueden comprar aquellos usuarios que hayan adquirido el Starter Pack de EVE Online por Steam o después del 4 de Junio de 2013. Debes ejecutar el juego por Steam para poder acceder a las cuentas creadas con el Starter Pack. Las transferencias de personaje no están disponibles actualmente para las cuentas de Steam.

Comprar EVE Online: Starter Pack

This Starter Pack will Create a New EVE Online Account.

¡OFERTÓN DE ENTRE SEMANA! Finaliza el 25 julio

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$19.99
$5.00

Comprar EVE Online: Entrepreneur Bundle

Includes EVE: Online and 1 PLEX. This Starter Pack will Create a New EVE Online Account.

¡OFERTÓN DE ENTRE SEMANA! Finaliza el 25 julio

-33%
$29.99
$20.09

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PLEX

Buy EVE Online PLEX

PLEX is short for 30 Day Concord Pilot License Extension. It's an in-game item that can be used to pay for your subscription without using more traditional payment methods.

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Crius Site And In Development Video Now Live!

15 julio 2014

We are happy to announce that the Crius feature site is now live, detailing all the changes coming with the Crius Release on July 22, 2014!

In addition to this, the latest In Development video is also now available on YouTube for your viewing pleasure, where CCP Mimic speaks with CCP Nullarbor and CCP Tuxford about what's coming in the Crius release next week.

Check out these two sources, as well as the Dev Blogs listing on the Community Portal for further information on what's coming with the next release on July 22!

Full patch notes and &nbsp;details of downtime for the Crius release will be forthcoming toward the back end of this week.</p>

Enjoy!

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EVE IS 11! - Earn 'Gecko' Superheavy Drones With Cluster Wide Challenges!

6 mayo 2014



Welcome to a new year for New Eden!

To celebrate the epic decade of history that our community has written in the last 11 years, you&#39;ll find a small token of our gratitude in your redeeming system, three Gecko superheavy drones designed by the Guristas and sporting more damage, more durability and more striking power than any drone ever released before.

As of downtime today, you have the chance to unlock a further eight of these drones for each player on Tranquility, totaling 11, one for each year of existance EVE Online is celebrating, by completing a number of challenges as a collective community. &nbsp;You can see details of the challenges on the EVE 11 Celebration page, and track the community&#39;s progress toward each goal.

At downtime on May 13th, the counters will close, and the number of Geckos successfully unlocked will be issued to every player on Tranquility.

Start mining, fighting, manufacturing and playing today on order to claim your rewards!

Happy Anniversary from CCP Games!

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There has never been a better moment to start playing EVE Online…



The die has been cast, the Empires more estranged from each other than ever before, once mighty alliances broken and scattered to the wind. But nature abhors vacuum.
Beyond Rubicon lies power that ordinary pilots could never have imagined in years gone by. Now is your chance to seize the day and forge your own empire among the smoldering ashes of old regime. A chance to find new comrades, seek your own destiny, and leave your named scarred across New Eden’s history for centuries to come.

There is no turning back. Can the biggest gaming community on Earth take on New Eden?

Join the Fight

What is PLEX and how to play for free



PLEX is 30 days of game time in the form of a tradeable in-game item. If you need extra EVE currency (ISK), you can purchase PLEX for real money directly from Steam or through Account Management and sell it to other players on the in-game market. On the other hand, if you earn enough ISK, you can purchase PLEX from other players on the market and use it to extend your subscription – effectively playing for free.

PLEX is actively traded between players and can be found in every major trade hub of EVE Online. It is only consumed when you activate it, affording you the freedom to use it when and where you need it most.

Selling PLEX to boost your in-game wallet and buying PLEX to pay your subscription using in-game currency are just two of its many uses. PLEX can also be used to purchase various account services or even to pay for out of game events and products.

Explorer Super Starter Pack



Launch your dreams for galactic conquest faster and easier with an EVE Online Starter Pack, a complete set of beginner gear to kick start your chosen career among the stars. The Super Starter Pack includes four starships -- one for each race, -- as well as a kit of essential equipment, modules and skillbooks to put you in the pilot's seat faster and get you into the action the minute you log in. Additionally, the Starter Pack gives you 30 days of game time and the Prototype Cerebral Accelerator (skill booster) , allowing you to make the most of your first days in the opportunity-filled universe of EVE Online.

Steam Super Starter Pack includes:

  • Magnate, Probe, Heron and Imicus exploration frigates
  • A scanner probe launcher and analyzer modules to help you find riches among the stars
  • Basic frigate equipment and weaponry sets to kit out your ships
  • Archaeology, Hacking and a dozen other critical skillbooks
  • Prototype Cerebral Accelerator (skill booster)
  • 30 days of game time

To get your items, log into the game, create a character, then click the "Redeem Items" panel on the bottom of the character creation screen.

Please note that your EVE Online account becomes active immediately after purchase and starts using the 30 days of game time included in the Starter Pack. Should you experience any problems with logging into the game, please contact EVE Online Customer Support team via email: support@eveonline.com.

Acerca del juego

Explora. Construye. Conquista. EVE Online te sumerge en una experiencia de ciencia-ficción donde cada una de tus acciones puede tener repercusiones a lo largo de un enorme universo online. Únete y compite contra más de 350.000 jugadores en épicas batallas de naves espaciales o libra la guerra económica en el mercado galáctico controlado por los jugadores.

Características principales

  • Múltiples sistemas JcJ: Alístate en Factional Warfare como partidario de una de las cuatro razas de EVE, elude la ley como un pirata del espacio profundo o toma las armas en el conflicto a gran escala de Alliance Warfare, donde las batallas pueden consistir en más de mil pilotos enfrentándose por la supremacía entre las estrellas. EVE te permite elegir el tipo de JcJ que se adapte a tu estilo de juego.
  • Economía masiva controlada por los jugadores: Todo lo que compras y vendes en el mercado de EVE Online es fabricado e intercambiado por los jugadores. Órdenes de compra y venta, contratos, acuerdos de mensajería y muchas otras herramientas están disponibles para que los jugadores formen su propio imperio industrial. Alcanza la cima como un astuto empresario o como miembro de una de las numerosas megacorporaciones existentes en EVE.
  • Exploraciones, minería, misiones: EVE Online ofrece una gran variedad de rutas de progresión. Los jugadores pueden avanzar como comerciantes, industriales, políticos, espías o en cualquier número de carreras sin limitación. Cientos de habilidades y una jugabilidad abierta te permiten definir el papel que quieres jugar en el universo virtual.
  • Libre evolución de personajes: No "grindees" de nuevo para hacerte con una habilidad. El sistema de obtención de habilidades pasivo permite que tus habilidades aumenten incluso mientras estás offline.
  • Un solo universo: Únete a cientos de miles de jugadores en el mismo universo persistente, donde tu fama o infamia no solo se limita a un subconjunto de la base de jugadores.
  • Expansiones gratuitas: Nunca pagarás por una expansión de EVE. De la misma forma que el universo de EVE crece, también lo hacen los beneficios de tu suscripción.
  • Juega GRATIS: Los jugadores ya establecidos pueden comprar tiempo de juego con el dinero que consiguen mientras juegan.

Requisitos del sistema (PC)

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows® XP Service Pack 2 / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium® o AMD a 1.5 Ghz o mejor con soporte para SSE2
    • Memoria: XP (SP2) – 1 GB de RAM / Vista – 1.5 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 6 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta gráfica con soporte para Shader Model 3.0
    • Drivers: DirectX® 9.0c (incluido) y los drivers gráficos más recientes
    • Red: Conexión a internet mediante módem de 56k o mejor
    • Nota: La resolución mínima de pantalla para EVE es 1024x768. El hardware de audio debe ser compatible con Direct Sound. Usar los drivers más recientes para conseguir un rendimiento óptimo. Por favor, tener en cuenta que Windows 95, Windows 98, ME, NT y 2000 no están soportados.
    Recomendado:
    • SO: Windows® XP Service Pack 2 / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium® o AMD dual core a 2 GHz o mejor con soporte para SSE2
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 6.0 GB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: Tarjetas gráficas con soporte para Shader Model 3.0
    • Drivers: DirectX® 9.0c (incluido) y los últimos drivers gráficos
    • Red: Conexión ADSL o más rápida

Requisitos del sistema (MAC)

    Mínimo:
    • Hardware soportado*: Portátiles MacBook Pro, equipos Mac Pro e iMacs. Todos estos equipos deben cumplir con los siguientes requisitos mínimos:
    • SO: OS X 10.5.8 o posterior
    • Procesador: CPU Intel a 1.8 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: ATI X1600 o nVidia GeForce 7300 GT o superior con 128 MB de VRAM
    • Disco Duro: 6 GB de espacio libre
    • Red: Conexión a internet de 56k o superior
    * Eve Online no funcionará en equipos Macintosh basados en PowerPC (G3/G4/G5). Tampoco funcionará en portátiles o o Mac Minis equipados con chipsets gráficos Intel como el GMA950 o el X3100.

    Sin embargo se soportan las versiones de Macbooks y Mac Minis con chipsets gráficos Nvidia.
    Recomendado:
    • SO: OS X 10.6.2 o posterior
    • Procesador: Intel a 2 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: ATI HD2600 PRO o nVidia GeForce 8800 GT
    • Disco Duro: 6 GB de espacio libre
    • Red: Conexión de banda ancha
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Gigante. No podría definir mejor este MMO.
Publicado: 21 junio 2014
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Warning: Do not buy this game on Steam.

Buy it from the officail website: http://www.eveonline.com/

The game itself is amazing, but the way it is integrated into steam may result in you getting screwed over with no support from Valve.

I purchased this game which came with a free month. Then I bought an extra three month subscription. Everything played fine until three months in when I went to play Eve and the game had uninstalled itself. I tried redownloading it and it said I couldn't do to my subscription not being up to date. I emailed Valve about the issue and their response was that they only handle billing and to email Eve Online for support. I emailed Eve, and they responded that my account is still active for 1 month and that I should be able to play. I tried playing from the official Eve Online client but it wouldn't allow me to log in from my steam account. I emailed valve again explaining the situation and forwarding them Eve Onlines support email. I then waited a couple days for them to respond only for them to come back with a canned response:

"We apologize for the delay.

Support for this title is provided by the original developer or publisher. Please refer to the following article for more information on contacting the support team for this title:

Title: EVE Online
Link: http://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=6573-GZXN-7027&tpg=1"

No solution was ever reached and I lost the time I paid for. My account cannot be recovered because its associated with steam and not the official client. This is hands down the worste experience I have had on steam and the last time I use steam to buy any subscription time for a game.
Publicado: 6 mayo 2014
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o7 o7 Warning! Opinions ahead, I reserve the right to be disagreed with in an amicable fashion. o7 o7

I cant recommend this game. it is a profound time sink, and has a really niche player base with very little payoff for more casual players. I played for about a year and i found myself waiting for the game experience to become fun, but it never did. the space combat is unforgivably boring, which as far as im concerned is a deal breaker.

the ship designs are bizarrely ugly too, and it constantly tempered my desire for new ships. i care less about aesthetics than combat, but playing this i was forced to stare at my ship for virtually the entire playtime, so i would have been happier if i actually liked how my ships looked.

the skill system was pretty much hands-off, you just had to wait for hours or more commonly days or even weeks to get a miniscule increase to a particular skill, and it never felt rewarding to max a skill out, just on to the next skill, a numb grind.

i realize that many people would cite the massive battles that occur as a counter to my assertion that the combat is boring, but these huge battles are infrequent at best, and due to the in-game economy being so closely linked to real world cash value, these battles could very well cost you more than a few wrecked ships. most of the time youll be battling human or a.i. controlled pirates/bandits in small time skirmishes that serve only to highlight how uninteresting the combat usually is.

i keep a book by my computer for when im downloading programs or whatever, and i found myself rereading the entire Song of Ice and Fire series while engaged in combat or mining, both primarily rely on the same skill set of moving the mouse icon and occasionally clicking buttons.

i also grew to mistrust the company CCP and the community of this game, although im sure there were lots of decent human beings amongst them. the biggest problem i had with the community happened when i first started playing. the leader of one of the most prominent corporate alliances had shown up to a livestream drunk and called out a player by his real name and asked his followers to grief this poor, totally innocent guy. the leader said during the livestream that he wanted the player to actually commit suicide irl, and the big bad leader was marshalling his ingame forces to "make it so".

this despicable behaviour was reprimanded with a slap on the wrist, a mere 30 day suspension from their little ingame council, and as far as i know, nothing more was done.

there seemed to be a lingering resentment towards players who choose to pve or mine or whatever, and i read more than a few forum posts that were more like essays on how the elitist players are right in how they grief players who choose to mine, likening them to worse than mindless drones that deserve to die over and over. it felt like i was reading the manifesto of a sociopath, rather than a reasoned sensible opinion.

there is so much more to say, but i cant realistically place all that i have to say in a single review, who would be interested in reading it?
Publicado: 28 abril 2014
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I played EVE Online, and it was amazing! So why do I NOT recommend it? The game is more than a little overwhelming, and, clearly, in order for the game to really pay off, you need to be able to dedicate major time to it, or, you will waste your subscription, and just die, left on your own in the middle of the cold cold space. Is that what happened to me? Almost. I have a full time job, a beautiful wife, and other interests... . I am convinced you can't have all those things in your life and successfully play this game. I wish I could. So for me, and those like me, I don't recommend spending your money and time on this, unless you have enough room in your life for this beast. In its place, I recommend the X series. You can "save" your game, have a life, and load it, and pick up where you left off... and not worry about dying and losing it all, because Life called and needed some of your focus. In the future, perhaps I will find a way to manage these commitments so EVE Online is do-able, but for now, hopefully this review, about an awesome game, saves a few players some time and money.

On a side-note, if this game ever provides a subscription for life service... you will likely see me on it, from time to intermitent time.
Publicado: 26 enero 2014
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Failing college and neglecting my girlfriend.
10/10
Publicado: 14 marzo 2014
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Probablemente el mmorpg mas complejo e interesante hecho nunca. No estás limitado por una raza, profesión o nivel, sino por unas habilidades que aprendes en tiempo real y que tu escoges aprender o no y esto es lo que hace especializarte (no más grindeo continuo para chetarte) y sin ningún tipo de End-game artifical. Un mundo casi infinto (imposible recorrerlo todo) y una enormidad de jugadores en un mismo server que saca las vergüenzas a cualquier mmo en que puedas pensar. La mayor economia controlada por jugadores de un juego actual y el que puede reunir a mayor numero de jugadores a la misma hora para una misma batalla (varios miles).
Publicado: 2 enero 2014
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