Wormholes Poll: The Results
Last week we asked you, our beloved band of pirates, to tell us which of the recent weekly wormholes you would like to see return to your screens.
As a rookie Valkyrie pilot, you need to realize your ship is not just your hot set of space wheels… it’s your second skin. Take the time to study it in detail and properly prepare for what lies ahead, or else you are going to burn. The more you know about your ship's instrumentation and the data it constantly feeds you, the more likely you are to survive.
Welcome to the second in our series of hook-ups with the world’s best EVE: Valkyrie pilots, in which we help you become a better battler.
When PSVR players strap in for their inaugural Eve: Valkyrie experience it will be in a fighter class ship. Here’s what to expect from the game’s most versatile craft.
Remember, in team play you’ve got team responsibilities… a fire and forget approach isn’t going to turn out well.
This one goes out to the multitude of PSVR players who are imminently going to swarm into the airless expanses of New Eden as they begin their new career as an EVE: Valkyrie pilot.
Providing a helping hand to your teammates is a vital part of success in any Eve: Valkyrie campaign. Welcome to support Class.
You'll need to know this lot inside and out if you're going to make your mark as a legendary pilot.
When EVE: Valkyrie hits PSVR on 13 October there are going to be an awful lot of rookie pilots out there. If you're reading this, perhaps you'll be one of them. And perhaps you don't fancy becoming
After joining the ranks of the Valkyrie in the versatile Wraith, it’s time to start battling with the big boys. Welcome to heavy class.
Some of the pilots you’ll encounter are not human pilots at all, but artificially intelligent bots, inconveniently focused on your destruction.
Listen up rookie! Your career as a pilot in Valkyrie will bring a great many varied and testing challenges whether playing alone, or with a bunch of other would-be flying legends.When you have taken
According to the classic space horror movie Alien, “in space no one can hear you scream”. Well, it turns out that’s a load of phooey. Plenty of people can hear you scream and laugh and cry and shout.