EVE Online’s active players to be memorialised on giant monument in Iceland

EVE Online

By on February 10, 2014 at 4:57 pm

Want to have your name carved onto a gigantic monument in Reykjavik, Iceland? Well all you need to do apparently is have an active EVE Online account on March 1st, 2014.

“The monument will stand atop a half a meter tall metal-plated concrete platform that will have the names of all the main characters of all active EVE Online players (as captured on March 1st, 2014) etched upon it,” explain CCP on their official site here.

“CCP will be honoring EVE players who have passed away by adding their names to the monument as well. A web-based application will assist in finding specific names on the monument‘s surface. A laptop buried under the monument will serve as a time capsule with videos, messages wishes and more from the players and the development staff.”

Check out some concept art for the monument and learn more about it right here.

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Interesting.

 

So one of my characters named xxxXXXxxxBUTTESxxxxXXXXxxx will be forever immortalised?

 
Artful-dodgeR

Time to make a whole bunch of free accounts a few days before!

 

ript,

Awesome I can’t wait to see my account xxx420noscopejusblazexxx on the monument.

 

xxxXXxxBLAZE4JESUS1488NOBLAXxxxXXxx

 
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