Pirate Forward Operating Base Improvements Changes to Pirate Forward operating bases with the Arms Race release will see capsuleers take on an elevated threat, with more FOBs spawning after this release that are easier to find and engage with.
Resource Wars - New Role & Balancing With the Arms Race release, Resource Wars will see the introduction of a new role that allows capsuleers to fly as a support pilot, earning rewards by providing remote logistics to fellow capsuleers, and vessels from the empire that they’re supporting.
In addition to this, there’ll be some balance passes made on several aspects of Resource Wars for this release, including the addition of new rewards and some changes to their costs.
The amount of rage I’ve seen from people autopiloting through FOB systems, or getting pushed out or ice/ore belts by FOB raiders, looks like it’s going to increase. It’s funny how CCP’s attempt to encourage players to band together to clear the space for the common good has mostly just pissed off all the loners. Hopefully more FOB-hunting communities pop up as a result.
what gets me is the pirates arent ready, i thought i was coming to a heavily guarded gate when half of them started attacking me and i saw it was blood raiders, you cant tell whats concord/empire npc/pirate
Also i cant find any dev blogs explaining this stuff in details other than alpha changes and fuel changes
No, i ment annoying and tedious. Engaging in this “content” is a waste of time because the rewards are crap. All it does is making the very useful autopilot feature unusable. CCP has basically automated ganking and using cheap ships (= not gank worthy for human gankers) wont save you this time.
Im wasnt talking about hauling expensive cargo. I was talking about travelling and hauling cheap cargo. Daily routine stuff. In the past i always used autopilot for it. Now i have to travel manually which requires a lot more time/attention. Thats why i said it will make EVE more tedious.
Then your previous daily routine was foolish, nomatter how convenient it may have been, and you are fortunate you never experienced a “routine” gank. You really ought to be grateful some dumb NPCs have been introduced so that you learn better habits before you encountered a more formidable human PVPer.