The changes are necessary if we are to reach the age of 30
Thanks to an interview in the MBL medium, we are full of it CCP games will close or sell virtual reality-oriented schools in Atlanta, Georgia and Newcastle, England. With this movement the company has about 100 employees although many of them can be transferred to other offices. CCP Games employees were notified of the changes during the day.
In an interview with CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Petursson, they told us that the company has had a robust success in developing virtual reality games over the last four years and achieved great success there. “Most of the games are in the first places in their category,” the director added, referring to games like Valkyrie, Gunjack and Sparc.
As far as I can see, by simply taking a look at the bottom of the players in these games on Steam, the success does not sound as good as the paint.
Hilmar would also like to add that he is currently working on the launch of new games in collaboration with Chinese manufacturers, but specifically states that he is interested in the development of games for mobile phones in South Asia, China. While games for mobile phones are as complex as PCs and CCPs believe, this level of development will reach the West over the next 3-5 years.
For the last time, he refers to the 20 years the CCP has had its backs and the decisions it has to make if one wants to lose in the video development industry. ISLAND you adapt or die. The statement of the CEO makes the message clear; “It’s always difficult to do such actions, but it’s important if we want the company to reach the 30s.”
Following this news, the EVE Online community will flood forums and Reddit with questions about the game’s future. Falcon, CCP Community Manager went to clarify the matter and said the following:
Just a quick follow up on this as there are questions about EVE and its future.
Clearly, this is a really difficult day for CCP, and it has been very difficult to see many of our friends and colleagues end their trip with the company.
As for EVE Online, it’s a little annoying that we’re in a more relaxed position in the future, now that it’s returned to focus much more on the game, its services, and all the technology and support for it.
The EVE Online development team is not entirely affected by these changes, and continues to be the same size, working towards the same goals and features that have already been announced.
We still have very big plans for EVE Online, and everything we have announced, and even more, continues, so our pilots should have no preoccupation in this regard.
There will be more information about other projects, studies and more in the coming days, and there will also soon be communication with the Valkyrie community that has more information.
Falcon, Community Manager for CCP