It may not seem like it but today marks one year since the launch of Oculus Rift and CCP Games’ multiplayer combat title, EVE: Valkyrie. To mark the event the developer has announced a double XP week, starting today.
Whether you’ve just started or have been playing from day one, this week pilots will gain double XP for every mission they fly. So Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR players have from 9:00 UTC/10:00am GMT, Tuesday 28th March to 9:00am UTC/10:00am GMT on Tuesday 4th April 2017, to make use of the offer.
Since the launch CCP Games has released four major updates for EVE: Valkyrie, greatly expanding the universe and playable scope of the title. June 2016 saw the first arrive Carrier Assault, allows players to attack these flying fortresses for the first time over three stages. Then there was Joint Strike in early October, adding a giant list of new features and improvements, including cross-platform support with the arrival of the PlayStation VR version.
Then Gatecrash landed in December, featuring a new map and PlayStation 4 Pro support. Lastly there was Wormholes in February, seeing a new wormhole appear every weekend to offer further gameplay opportunities.
CCP isn’t just known for EVE: Valkyrie, for mobile users the studio released Gunjack and Gunjack 2, with the latter exclusive to Google Daydream View.
Recently announced was Sparc, another multiplayer but this time with a sporty vibe. This mixes up tennis, squash, dodgeball and other sports into a fast paced experience for motion controllers.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of EVE: Valkyrie and CCP Games, reporting back with the latest announcement