The server cluster for the PC MMO EVE Online and the PS3 first person shooter Dust 514 is back online after developer CCP Games shut the cluster down Sunday for over 24 hours.
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The Tranquility server cluster that CCP Games uses for its MMO EVE Online and its new FPS Dust 514 has been hit by a denial of service attack, forcing the servers to temporarily shut down.
CCP Games has announced that its free-to-play sci-fi shooter Dust 514 will finally leave the beta stage and officially launch on May 14th for the PlayStation 3 console.
The community behind the MMO game EVE Online is paying tribute to one of the game's most well known players, Sean Smith, after his death this week as part of an attack of a US consulate in Libya.
CCP Games has announced it has begun to take sign-ups for the upcoming closed-beta test of DUST 514, its upcoming Playstation 3 exclusive sci-fi first person shooter.
We've recieved the first bit of news regarding the PS3 exclusive MMOFPS Dust 514 and it will make any gamer ecstatic. The game itself will be free, but in-game credit bundles will be sold at a cost.
CCP, the developer of the popular and long running MMO EVE Online, has announced layoffs that will affect 20 percent of the company's total workforce as it focuses its work on EVE Online and Dust 514.
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