Not content to simply remain the prettiest MMO available (and it is, damnit), CCP is set to update EVE Online with their latest expansion, Trinity, on December 5th. The new expansion will make available a host of new features, ships and general improvements to the engine, most notable of which is likely to be the graphics, which stand as the technical equivalent to getting one's ride pimped. The expansion is free for subscribers on all platforms (including the newly-released Mac and Linux subspecies), but the new visual digs will remain a PC exclusive until Q1 2008.
I got a chance to see a bit of Trinity in motion while I was marooned in the expanse of Iceland last month, and it really is a sight to see. Subscribers can expect a hefty update when kick-starting the client next week, and those who haven't yet joined the fold can always take advantage of the 14-day free trial if you're interested in checking out the new visuals. Hit the jump for the full press release.
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