EVE Online Odyssey expansion to change up private starbases

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By on April 6, 2013 at 10:51 am

In June, CCP will unleash the latest expansion for EVE Online. Called Odyssey, the update aims to bring back some of the sense of wonder of an unexplored universe – but as well as all those secrets, it also shakes things up closer to home, with an extensive series of improvements to private starbases.

Although the details aren’t yet set in stone, the update will add private starbase hangars similar to corporate hangar arrays; repackage modules in starbase arrays; allow you to swap and fit Strategic Cruiser subsystems at a starbase and access starbase arrays from anywhere within the shield; introduce UI improvements to starbase setup; and finally remove the sovereignty requirement from Capital Ship Maintenance Arrays.

As ever, CCP is keep to liase with the community and get feedback on the proposed changes, so if you do or don’t like what you see, let the developer know via the usual channels.

Source: CCP

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PoS management is loong overdue, nice to see them doing something.

 
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