The last time EVE Fanfest was held as a face-to-face event, our brave senior reporter Steven Messner was drunk, naked, soaked in a hot tub, and discussed with the developers the potential of machine perception-which is comparable to the course. These events ,as far as I know.Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual EVE Online conference was cancelled in 2020 and 21, but CCP announced today Return in 2022.
EVE Fanfest 2022 is scheduled to take place in Reykjavik, Iceland from May 6th to 7th. It will include presentations from developers and experts (including Scott Manley, who spent $33,000 on a rare Gold ship in early 2020). Magnate spaceship), round tables, player tournaments and “legendary bar crawls and top of the world party”, these are obviously different things. Two days, two parties-I think it makes sense.
“Fanfest will return to its roots in the 2022 event,” CCP said. “Laugadar Shore The Arena is the venue of choice this time, many of the beloved Fanfest scenes in the past-also the home of Riot World! The only return to Laugardalshöll this time will be your chance to witness how the EVE community and development team embrace each other, bringing legendary fun and friendship to the party. “
The announcement stated that “it’s safe to travel to Iceland” but pointed out that anyone participating must provide a vaccination certificate when entering the country. Depending on the situation at the time of the event-hopefully better, but probably not-participants may also need to take a Covid-19 test before being allowed to enter the arena, “to make sure we can enjoy each other’s company without worries .”
Tickets for EVE Fanfest range from US$150 for “Super Early Bird” to the regular price of US$295. If you can extend your time in Iceland slightly, other “unofficial” events will be held from October 5th to 8th (not included in the ticket price, sorry). Detailed information about the operation will be shared soon.