EVE Online is a massive online role-playing game that is set in space and known for its complex gameplay and vast universes. The game first made its debut in 2003 and will next year be celebrating its 15-year anniversary. Now, it appears that a derived version of the game will make its way to mobile devices.
This won't be the exact same game that is played on PC but will instead be a spinoff set in the same universe. While there isn't too much detailed about the game titled Project Aurora, the developer PlayRaven states:
"In Project Aurora, players must work together to dominate the center of the galaxy, and become the most powerful corporation in the universe. Project Aurora will be a massively multiplayer mobile universe, filled with epic player stories."
Hopefully, the game will prove to be an in-depth title that will be able to uphold the same core elements as the original game. Naturally, we won't know more until it arrives. The title is slated to arrive on mobile platforms in the near future in several countries and will go global sometime in 2018.
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Source: The Verge