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EVE Fanfest has a trailer and tickets for sale

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Party in Iceland with crazy developers

Tickets are now available for CCP's Fanfest, a celebration of all things EVE Online. This year, we can expect a lot of the coverage to be focused on the integration of Dust  514, since it's now an official part of the EVE server. CCP is definitely an ambitious developer, and one that's doing some interesting things by connecting the events of a shooter directly into what's happening in an MMO. 

Fanfest will be happening April 25-27 in Reykjavik, Iceland and it will cost $145 for tickets. If you don't have real money, this is the first year you can buy tickets with EVE's in-game currency. And if you have someone you want to bring along on vacation that doesn't play EVE, you can buy a spouse ticket that includes access to the parties at night, but instead of listening to developers talk about mining in null-sec all day, they get to visit a spa and explore some of Iceland's scenery.


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