EVE Online details the new Rubicon expansion, will bring new mobile structures

EVE Online Rubicon

By on September 30, 2013 at 5:04 pm

CCP have pulled the wraps off Rubicon, the new expansion for EVE Online which is due out in November.

Rubicon will add the ability to control hi-sec customs offices and tax the flow of resources, as well as new mobile structures which are created and owned by players to support you both in industry and in war.

One of the biggest changes is the addition of guerilla warfare support, as well as a redesign of the EVE certificate system. CCP have recorded a Twitch video which shows them explaining it and which you can check out below, or if you prefer your information in text form, there’s a heap of that over here as well.

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Mobile structures are now and forever to be called ‘yurts’, as the portable structures used by the nomadic people of Asia (eg Mongols, I believe?)

 
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