The newly released www.EVEisReal.net houses a unique “memory museum” that has a growing collection of some of the most poignant, terrifying, precious and hilarious player stories from over 8 rich years of EVE’s single-shard, persistent universe.
More than 1000 player-made images, videos and posts have been received so far and the first level of sharing rewards has just been unlocked thanks to player enthusiasm for the extraordinary initiative, triggering a 1,000 Aurum reward for each of EVE’s subscribers.
That’s over $1.89MM USD worth of virtual currency and the equivalent of 107,000 months of gametime AKA PLEX.
Aurum was recently introduced with the Noble Exchange as part of EVE Online: Incarna, EVE’s 14th free expansion.
With three more levels to go, more Aurum to be unlocked and contests for video and image entries, the passionate parodies flow as freely as the tales of heroism and wonder.
It seems the power of the EVE universe to forge very important internet spaceship memories seems as limitless as its ability to destroy fleets of hundreds of ships within minutes, reward brilliant, morally unscrupulous financial types and convince people to join together in person at EVE Fanfest on a volcanic island in the middle of the north-Atlantic.
We can’t wait to see what our players will share next.