EVE Online, the ‘massively multiplayer online role-playing game’ developed by Iceland’s CCP Games, has recently been announced as the most innovative game in 2010 by MMORPG.com, a leading video games website.
Voted by gamers and fans, EVE Online gained 32.7 percent of the overall votes of the five games nominated on MMORPG.com. Readers expressed that CCP Games’ EVE Online continues to push the boundaries of MMOG (massively multiplayer online game) technology, constantly expanding and developing its online world, keeping its dedicated fans loyal and reaching out to new gamers across the globe.
Players of the ‘most innovative game in 2010’ are already looking forward to this year’s EVE Online Fanfest, to be held between 24th and 26th March in Reykjavik, Iceland. The Fanfest, now in its seventh event, allows for players from all over to meet with each other, talk to the game’s creators, discuss further advancements, party and to explore Iceland.
The Iceland airline, Icelandair is offering a package deal to the event, including flights, Fanfest tickets and accommodation at additional cost. To find out more about the EVE Online Fanfest, visit http://www.icelandair.co.uk/offers-and-bookings/book-packages/package/item199857/Eve_Online_Fanfest/