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CCP formally dedicates EVE Online monument to internet spaceships

Bree Royce, @nbrianna
April 30, 2014
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This morning in Reykjavik, Iceland, near the CCP headquarters, the studio behind EVE Online, DUST 514, and EVE Valkyrie officially unveiled the EVE Universe Monument first announced last February. The monument includes the inscribed names of primary characters created before March 1st, 2014, with a special mention for those whose players have passed away. Beneath the monument is buried a time capsule with videos and messages from denizens of New Eden.

To help EVE capsuleers find themselves on the monument, CCP has set up an online tool called the Name Finder. It's still technically in beta, but we've been able to find our characters!

The studio also posted a brief video of the dedication ceremony and literal unveiling of the monument to its Instagram account. We've included it below!









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