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The COVID-19 coronavirus has contributed to 2,700 deaths and over 80,000 ailments, according to Johns Hopkins University. It led to disruption in travel and commerce, such as from the games industry. Sony announced that it n't attended PAX East and both Kojima Productions and EA declared plans to attend GDCout of concern over the virus. Beginning in January, effects in the coronavirus were also felt in the world of eSports, when fear of this disease led eSports events such as Overwatch League games to be cancelled or postponed. The virus has continued to spread at an alarming rate, contributing to rising anxiety it might turn into a global pandemic.

EVE Online Battleships Are Getting Secret Frigate Escape Bays

The primary outbreak and the country hardest hit by COVID-19's website, china, has taken measures to contain the virus, such as quarantines. Employees across the country have been told to stay home from work, which has resulted in record player counts but hampered the development of others. According to the EVE Echoes Twitter account, the forthcoming game has been postponed because of this outbreak. Under development by NetEase, which will be established in Guangzhou, China, EVE Echoes is now expected out sometime in"late 2020," with a final release date still to be determined.The Eve Online mobile game Eve Echoes launches today.The free-to-download iOS and Android MMO includes features players of Eve Online will be familiar with, such as exploration, mining, PvP and PvE. Battles can hit up to 100 players, which will be nowhere near as numerous as in the PC version, but pretty impressive for cellular. You'll be able to establish your own Corporations, and there is an player-driven market and join alliances.

Eve Echoes is the work of Eve Online developer CCP Games and NetEase, the Chinese company that publishes Eve Online in China, and is presently developing mobile game Diablo Immortal. "I am very excited to see what millions of cellular players will bring to the EVE universe," said CCP boss Hilmar Veigar Pétursson. "I am sure we will see some new experiences, new social structures and new paradigms being formed, which will inspire usjust like EVE on PC has done, to take EVE Echoes, EVE Online and all the EVE games even farther than we could have ever envisioned."

Check out www.EVE Echoes.com for more details.
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