EVE Online arrives on Steam

First MMO on the download service.

We said it would happen, and now it has. EVE Online, the life-ending Icelandic space MMO, is now available for download on Valve's digital distribution service, Steam. It's the first game of its kind to be featured there.

There are two purchase options: you can dive straight in by paying USD 14.95 for your first month, or you can grab a 21-day free trial. That's a whole week more than is available by downloading the trial straight from developer CCP.

EVE recently received a major graphical update, so it's worth checking out. Be warned, though: CCP is planning to keep you playing for the next 50 years.

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