Intrepid pilots - all good things come to an end, even to the immortal Valkyries. Today, we have begun the process of discontinuing support for EVE: Valkyrie to focus CCP Games' efforts and resources on new developments in our evolving portfolio of EVE Universe titles.

We are incredibly proud of what we accomplished with EVE: Valkyrie and its Warzone expansion and want to extend our deep appreciation to all our players for their support throughout the game's lifecycle. It is an honor to have been a part of such a dedicated community.

For the time being, you won't see any effect if you own a copy of the game. The game will continue to be playable with our servers remaining active until August 5th 2022.

On August 5th 2022, EVE: Valkyrie's servers will be turned off, social media profiles will be closed, and this website will go offline. Once servers are deactivated, customer support for EVE: Valkyrie will no longer be provided.

Thank you for being a part of EVE: Valkyrie. We look forward to the next chapter in the EVE Universe and hope you'll be a part of it and continue the journey with us.

Video Tutorial – The Key to Communication

by CCP Games
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We’re currently running a series of mini masterclasses, each detailing how to handle a specific ship class in EVE: Valkyrie’s various play modes: Team Deathmatch, Control and Carrier Assault.

If you’ve been following them, you will have seen that the importance of teamwork and smart usage of the game’s Com Alerts feature mentioned repeatedly.

Rookies won’t necessarily have encountered, let alone mastered, the use of Com Alerts so that’s what we’re going to address here.

Our latest video tutorial focuses on how to use Com Alerts and keep everyone in your squad informed at all times as to the state of play during a battle.

This tactical command system enables pilots in a squad to instantly message their teammates as to their requirements at any given moment, without having to take their eyes off the action for more than a split second.

If you need to seek help with a particularly fierce dogfight, if you’re desperate for a quick dose of healing from a support craft, or if you need your fellow flyers to converge on a specific control point, then you can do so quickly and easily with the Com Alerts wheel.

There’s no better way to illustrate the benefits of using Com Alerts than showing you, so enjoy the video, and be sure to make the most of this crucial feature in order to dominate the battlefield.

Fly safe!