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Having Problems with Accessing Eveonline.com?
John Burke · 1 March 2016 - 09:21
· · Firefox 44.0 on Windows

Eve is not online stop lying

Cory Morris · 21 August 2014 - 14:03
Canada · Xplornet Communications · Firefox 30.0 on Windows

Eve online is undr a Ddos attack And is currently under investigation.. Unknown when The Server will be back up, If you have not already tried The Back door into the game you can try (C:\Program Files (x86)\CCP\EVE\bin)

Anders Carlsson · 12 August 2014 - 06:10
Sweden · TeliaSonera AB · Chrome 36.0 on Windows

Still not working. It worked once on my phone but it was really slow. And now my phone can't handle it either.

Barrie Glidden · 12 August 2014 - 03:25
United States · Comcast Cable · Firefox 31.0 on Windows

Read rumor that a TELECITY ISP router is down in London causing the outage, I can connect via my mobile phone to acct management but not through my isp

Brandon Billings · 12 August 2014 - 02:09
United States · Comcast Cable · Chrome 36.0 on Windows

Im glad someone else is having problems. For a while I thought it was just me. I can't get to account management on my PC, but I can on my mobile phone.

Barrie Glidden · 12 August 2014 - 02:07
United States · Comcast Cable · Firefox 31.0 on Windows

Lost connection to game all 4 accounts, cannot reconnect for over an hour, cannot connect to website either. Eve offline showing 8000 players disconnect simultaneously

Zachary Trant · 12 August 2014 - 02:05
United States · Time Warner Cable · Chrome 36.0 on Windows

Odd, this site and others says it's up now, but it'll still down for me. Probably an issue with their DNS, possibly changed IP addresses and some ISP DNS servers have yet to catch up?

Kees Tromp · 12 August 2014 - 01:30
Netherlands · Ziggo · Chrome 33.0 on Windows

Got the same problem. Was mining, got disconnected and everything Eve related seems to be down :)

Grant Armbruster · 4 July 2014 - 07:30
United States · Comcast Cable · Firefox 30.0 on Windows

Launcher won't give me the drop downs for name and pass. Ran repair tool but the launcher still seems jacked can i DL just a new launcher or...

John Pearce · 4 July 2014 - 05:19
United States · Comcast Cable · Internet Explorer 11.0 on Windows

cant connect has been down since 2am EST for me, tried repairing, cant do that unless it can connect to the servers though, and it wont let me on the website either

Erick Burdette · 2 March 2014 - 10:49
United States · Time Warner Cable

"Socket is closed" since Friday 02-28-14 Cannot access the game or my account.

Joseph Orr · 2 March 2014 - 06:13
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

"Socket is closed" error after very slow login since early last night. Cannot access any account on multiple computers.

Alan Spencer · 2 March 2014 - 05:52
United States · CenturyLink

Multiple toons multiple attempts - continue to get the Socket is closed. Even accessing the forums is difficult.

Larry Bielawski · 1 March 2014 - 21:11
United States · Comcast Cable

Can't log in I freezing on the log on screen!!! On two different computers!!

Gregg Bruce · 1 March 2014 - 13:20
United States · Mediacom Communications

logs in to hangar page, well almost -- puts the icons down the left side of screen then flashes message "socket closed" have restarted all modems, routers and computers, still same thing -- wondering if it is me? still shows 45k players online.....

Garett Kytle · 24 January 2014 - 06:01
United States · Consolidated Communications

Can't connect to EVE in any way, including their webpage. Tried from a computer and a 3G phone, any clues?

Chris Harvey · 31 December 2013 - 14:17
United States · AT&T U-verse

cant log in.. client is running in offline mode. says server is not responding. grrrrrr

Ian MacDonald · 31 December 2013 - 14:15
Australia · Optus

Can log on. Select my alt, then all I get is my email/notification panel and the rest is just blue screen of death. After 30 seconds the socket closes.

Brandon Lewis · 31 December 2013 - 14:08
United States · Time Warner Cable

The client has been offline after those guys turned it online. I can't join anyway. Can someone fix this?

Daniel Cutright · 31 December 2013 - 13:41
United States · AT&T Wi-Fi Services

They don't need to get their panties in a twist and start integrating 3rd party stuff just so we wont use 3rd party stuff... all that does is cause problems.

they tried with EVE Voice ... we STILL use TS3 or Ventrillo... They tried Twitch in the past, canned because of problems... they're trying again, and still there are PROBLEMS... thats when you say "Hey Guys... It is new years... lets roll back and not worry about integrating until we know we got dis under wraps"

Basil Phanara · 31 December 2013 - 13:38
United States · Midcontinent Communications

Wait, I see the problem! The Guristas have launched a Cyno Jammer at the entry gate to EVE! OH NOES!

Brett Parker · 31 December 2013 - 13:28
United States · Fairpoint Communications

Twitch exploit Distributed Denial of Service attack... why did eve need to integrate twitch support again?

Tom Hunter · 31 December 2013 - 12:54
United States · Time Warner Cable

Crashed, then was able to log in about five min ago and get my ship into warp, then socket went down. launcher not responding. I'm US west coast.

Vik Angadi · 31 December 2013 - 12:53
United States · Optimum Online

Me and my buddy are stuck in a freakin' wormhole right now... my buddy was able to sign on for a second after we got kicked off and both our ships were blown up and now we are two pods floating around in wormhole space... lost about 60 mill in loot.... aggghhhhh!!!

Small Fries · 13 December 2013 - 19:40
Canada · Videotron Ltee

it just crashed for me and my buddy. I can reconnect but not load grid

Paul Randall · 2 July 2013 - 11:20
United Kingdom · Sky Broadband

is anyone having any problems logging on today the message I am getting is : "could not connect to the specific address odds are that you have not established an internet connection, the server isn't running, or the server address or port number was wrong."

Geoff Winkworth · 11 June 2013 - 18:48
United States · Verizon FiOS

Kicked out of game. Launcher would not let me log in for approx 15 minutes; repair function failed. Could not log into eve online either. Eventually got back in and was able to warp home.

Joshua Bromilow · 11 June 2013 - 18:26
Guam · TeleGuam Holdings

Servers are going down.. Launcher is no longer responding and people are losing ships to the lag and lack of server response.

Mike Rome · 3 June 2013 - 01:41
United States · Time Warner Cable

i think i found something to take my mind off of the fact of EVE being down and not being able to play, that is to sit here and read up on everyone's opinion ! everybody has great ideas for what CCP should have done ! hindsight is 20/20

Avgnar Pureblade · 3 June 2013 - 01:35
United States · Cox Communications

Its amazing that they were close to resolving the issue 3 hours ago.. =(

Xavier Batoche · 3 June 2013 - 00:13
Canada · Shaw Communications

The latest post on the Eve FB page

"Our engineers are close to resolving the issues on Tranquility. We aim to have have our servers live as soon as we possibly can. Thank you for your continued patience."

Looks like they're just putting a bow on it.

Avgnar -- you say 'manage' but based on your earlier limited scope of knowledge I'm hearing 'operate' and then based on your recent open admissions that you haven't a clue when it comes to network security I'm beginning to picture 'goes and gets the coffee for the boys and girls who do the heavy lifting where I work'

Avgnar Pureblade · 2 June 2013 - 23:57
United States · Cox Communications

To Joshua. I to manage a Network cluster currently using ESXi 5.0 on our network with about 8 or so servers. But I honestly couldn't say what measures would prevent such attacks from happening because our network never touches the internet. Everything we do is offline and stays that way for the most part. Also we have other gurus that handle the security firewalls and that sort.

George O'Neal · 2 June 2013 - 23:53
United States · Frontier Communications

Well, I think they would provide that info if there were other compromises. They seem up front enough. But my question is why give exact info on what's happening if it will allow whoever is attacking them to adjust their position? Also, sounds to me like an organized effort in this case...

Xavier Batoche · 2 June 2013 - 23:51
Canada · Shaw Communications

All of us need to remember what Alexander Pope said in 1709, "A little learning is a dangerous thing." There's two ways that statement helps.

The first is a reminder to people who think; reading about something, doing something similar but on a much smaller scale, or taking a course in that 5 years ago, makes them 'expert' in anything is false.

The other is for the rest of us to look at what people are saying about how easy it is to fix these kinds of things and think "If that is true then why haven't the paid professionals trying to fix this have it done already?' and realize perhaps the problem is not as simple as earlier commentators makes it sound.

Avgnar Pureblade · 2 June 2013 - 23:49
United States · Cox Communications

As I said before I don't admit to knowing everything. For anyone that would might as well be dead, because then you have no room to learn or ability of wanting to learn. I am always up for expanding my knowledge.

Xavier Batoche · 2 June 2013 - 23:38
Canada · Shaw Communications

Ok so which is then Avgnar "The fact that CCP does not have backup protocols setup to be able to quickly recover during crisis's like this then it is CCPs fault." or "but I don't know everything and I wouldn't admit to knowing everything."? Because one of those statements makes it sound like you know more than the guys at CCP handling this thing and that if they'd just put you in charge we'd all be playing by now-- the other... not so much.

Joshua Haug · 2 June 2013 - 23:37
United States · Comcast Cable

No thanks. I work on an ESX cluster with 8 servers, and multiple SANs. I figured any one who knew enough about VMWare and its clustering would have to be screwing around to say some thing as stupid as you did.

Like Xavier said backups do nothing if the servers can't talk out of there own network. Remember just because you can't connect to a server does not mean it's down. It only means you and possibly other people out side of its network can't connect to it. It can be running fine on its own network.

Looks like some one needs to read the earlier comment about what a DDoS attack is if there still stupid enough to think backups will solve the problem.

Turning off ports is a stupid idea mainly because every corporate firewall already does that, and it wont do any thing any way. Learn more about how the attacks work and stop making your self look stupid. The traffic is incoming it doesn't matter if it's responded to. It's just massive enough to flood there connection. Read the article below to learn more.

Avgnar Pureblade · 2 June 2013 - 23:09
United States · Cox Communications

First off turning off all ports and protocols not in use. Normally in some business's as well you would block foreign country connections, but in the gaming business that would not be the case because other country do play Eve. There are other measures out there to though of preventing DDOS attacks, but I don't know everything and I wouldn't admit to knowing everything.

Xavier Batoche · 2 June 2013 - 22:56
Canada · Shaw Communications

I'm curious how setting up fresh servers, virtual or not, defeats a DDoS attack? I'm not an expert so please explain.

Avgnar Pureblade · 2 June 2013 - 22:29
United States · Cox Communications

Depending on the type of network, it could be setup on a hourly bases or sooner depending on if it was that necessary. Live backups able to be done nowadays in our technology without anyone being there. Also with VMware technology this is much easier, and if there was any type of hardware issue on a server VMware even has VMotion were the VM's (Virtual Servers on Physical Servers) can carry over to another Physical server. But that is to much to get into really on here.

Xavier Batoche · 2 June 2013 - 22:15
Canada · Shaw Communications

Avgnar Pureblade you sound like you have more information than the rest of us to be able to make such statements so confidently. Would you care to enlighten the rest of us as to exactly what is happening and what 'backup protocols' are necessary?

Avgnar Pureblade · 2 June 2013 - 21:45
United States · Cox Communications

To Myr Alexander -> Folks pay for "GAME TIME" and they expect to be able to play during this period. The fact that CCP does not have backup protocols setup to be able to quickly recover during crisis's like this then it is CCPs fault.

Myr Alexander · 2 June 2013 - 21:18
United States · Cox Communications

So some of you people are demanding free SP because of this? CCP didn't do this, and no company regardless of size or infrastructure is immune (So, don't go there either). Hapless idiots. "Whaaaa! A third party attacked you and now I can't play. YOU pay me with skillpoints!" That's absurd.

Steven Matthews · 2 June 2013 - 20:32
United States · Cox Communications

Really.. What a waste, my skill completes in like 30 minutes. I'm sure that even wiping servers and recovering from backups doesn't take over 12 hours.. Because I'v personally done this myself... Even if were talking like 6 different servers..

Honestly SK wasn't that big of a deal. I had wanted to run some missions today because I don't get a lot of time off from work. Oh wells I guess League of Legends would have to suffice until they decide to do there job.

Ethan Lawl · 2 June 2013 - 20:09
United States · CenturyLink

you guys ddos does not give anyone access to that kind of info, i guarentee if we were compromised ccp would let us know to cancel our shit. they dont want more lawsuits going on than need be in a moment like that. we are fine. eve IT on the other hand are currently working their asses off, ty ccp.

Racahaya Thomas · 2 June 2013 - 19:17
Australia · Linear G Internet Solutions, ISP

did I claim to know the exact detail's pertaining to DDoS. or rather people who do have a reason to know. usually in my field of work it's computer IT specialists who run DOS based diagnostics. hackers use DDOS. that's what I know. regardless it's irrelevant EVE is still down.

Larry Patrick Conkright Ripley · 2 June 2013 - 18:50
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

heck they may as well load Odyssey a day or so early while they are at it... two major down days sucks my training all to hell!!

Steven Matthews · 2 June 2013 - 17:54
United States · Cox Communications

Agrees with Larry. It wouldn't surprise me if there was other attacks as well and they just don't want to leak that kind of information. Honestly what business would want to let there costumers know that they lost private information about there customers to outside sources?

Aaron Vittitoe · 2 June 2013 - 17:46
United States · Windstream Communications

lol I love how eves twitter updates arent updates other then just telling us they are still working on it lol

David Doornbos · 2 June 2013 - 17:31
United States · Charter Communications

@Racahaya Thomas : DDoS: Distributed Denial of Service attack, basically you take some 15-500+ thousand computers, and all sending information to the same ip address at once (generally the port to a server) This works because lots of little information eventually stack up, and is hard to track, compared to a lot of information from a few computers, which is really EASY to track.

C++ is a programming language- high level language used to develop code that a processor could understand
DOS is a command set used to interact with the windows os from a command prompt, batch file, ect. DOS isn't actually a programming language

Clearly, you also don't know what DDoS stands for.

Larry Patrick Conkright Ripley · 2 June 2013 - 17:24
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

Joshua laugh at all of us as much as you want!! DOS attack notwithstanding, its prudent to protect yourself in this situation. The truth is the DOS is the front door attack, who knows what else has happend CCCP has not been forthcoming with information and their servers have consumers private financial information on them. If is is a simple case of a DOS attack awesome, easy fix, if it is in anyway more nefarious then prudence rules the day!

Zachariah Walters · 2 June 2013 - 17:17
United States · CenturyLink

sucky it happened now... needed the last few days on my account to move some stuff sell it and buy a plex... huh

Joshua Haug · 2 June 2013 - 17:17
United States · Comcast Cable

So many people don't know what DDoS is its funny. I'm just laughing at all the people talking about canceling there credit cards, and the people saying CCP should be able to prevent it.

Bryant Stone · 2 June 2013 - 16:53
United States · Charter Communications

I agree with steve - ccp is doing good, but some sp to make up for the downtime wouldnt hurt - itd make up for my inability to rekindle my PI and route my research today.

Jeff Thompson · 2 June 2013 - 16:51
United States · Verizon Internet Services

Steven, I have played EVE a long time only because it's a quality product. The core of EVE members agree... they are not losing many customers but the one who leave probably were not a good fit for the game. You don't turn your back on a good team and product when the struggle.

George O'Neal · 2 June 2013 - 16:41
United States · Frontier Communications

Granted it's a DDoS attack not a "smash-and-grab", but I do very much appreciate that they're taking the precautions just in case any information has been or would be compromised. Since it's an attack oriented to disrupt business rather than theft, I wonder if it's one of the people they got rid of.

Mike Phillips · 2 June 2013 - 16:33
United States · Time Warner Cable

Not to mention... this was a DDoS attack, which is simply a "flooding" of servers to deny service to customers. It's not a "smash and grab" style attack for customer information.

Mike Phillips · 2 June 2013 - 16:29
United States · Time Warner Cable

Consider yourself stopped... any knowledgeable person would understand the risks of transmitting any personal information via the internet. This is the risk we all know and willingly take and this one attack isn't going to change that.

George O'Neal · 2 June 2013 - 16:27
United States · Frontier Communications

Because anything is possible to get around, all you can do is make it harder. Meaning either they've done a great job thus far to last this long before getting attacked or someone was just that bored to hit a game with only 500k-ish players. Either way, at least they were prompt about warning us and are actively on it this quickly.

Steven Matthews · 2 June 2013 - 16:22
United States · Cox Communications

Stop me if I'm wrong but the fact that they were compromised and did not have the security measures in place to prevent such an attack is why someone would not want to play the game? I am a IT major and even such attacks like this should scare plenty of people. All kinds of information are on those servers..

Mike Phillips · 2 June 2013 - 16:19
United States · Time Warner Cable

This really shouldn't have an effect on customer numbers seeing as the primary issue subscribing customers have is about the inability to play. Why would you voluntarily stop playing a game you were initially upset about not being able to play ??

Steven Matthews · 2 June 2013 - 16:12
United States · Cox Communications

Eve must be losing a lot of customers right now.. I sure hope they recover from this, but with the same thing that happened to Sony such actions can really impact a business..

Larry Patrick Conkright Ripley · 2 June 2013 - 13:44
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

as much as we have loved EVE this much drama in the last couple of days is little disconcerting... I am taking the extra step here and cancelling the credit card associated with this account (we have 3 new ones in the house) and will wait and see how it plays. Its been a great game!!

Terry Killian · 2 June 2013 - 13:17
United States · Cox Communications

all of the people who are crying about the servers being down - shut up
CCP was attacked by a criminal or criminals and they're doing the best they can to fix it. and another thing... they owe you nothing. shut up and wait, or don't wait, go play WOW or something I don't really care. its a great game and I trust the people at CCP will have it back when the time is right.

Andres Rivera · 2 June 2013 - 13:11
United States · Comcast Cable

I been playing Eve on and off for about 5 years and is the best game on its class.
now with that said if hackers can get in the Us secret files you think they cant mess with a game? its part of the tech era so just chill go outside for awhile while the game is back online.

Thomas Wood · 2 June 2013 - 12:59
Canada · Shaw Communications

Eve is down for a while so may as well jump to another game for a day or so. They were attacked pretty bad and probably have to redo the server almost completely. Even with back ups, all the date, player history from when Eve went online 10 years ago until yesterday is a formidable task. We should be pissed at those that attacked our game, not our game dev's. We are all victims and those that did this need to be found and taken out. Lucky they didn't hack your computer and took all of your information and royally fked your life up.. at least it was just a game.

George O'Neal · 2 June 2013 - 12:55
United States · Frontier Communications

Well, with the Sony attack, they didn't tell their customer base for weeks that they might have their identities compromised. I feel much safer that CCP is taking the precautions that they are and even stating they're NOT going to rush it. It's the internet age and it's bound to happen to anything at any time, I say we just be patient and let them take their time to make sure it's safe again to being the cluster online. Besides, they're responsible for the safety of our information anyway, and they already mitigated the loss of a few hours over their missile coding; I'm sure they will reimburse us somehow as this wasn't expected and I'm sure they always keep an eye on protocols, if they have this kind of rep built already per long time users. And no I'm not a long time user, I just doubt they'd be in consensus about the matter.

Shayne Wirtz · 2 June 2013 - 12:16
South Africa · MTN Business Solutions

Time to cancel your credit cards and change your passwords on the next available uptime. Gone are the days where PCI DSS means anything other than a requirement. Hope no one gets burned because of this. Wishing CCP luck in getting this resolved.

Alex Higginbotham · 2 June 2013 - 11:53
United States · Verizon FiOS

Avgnar Pureblade is a troll and JUST created his/her Facebook page. This is the first time I can remember Eve ever being down like this. For all we know 'Avgnar' is a member of the group that took Eve down.

Jeff Thompson · 2 June 2013 - 11:34
United States · Verizon Internet Services

I've played EVE regularly and have never seen issues like this. It is normally very solid. Regularly for 6 years...

Tobias Michalke · 2 June 2013 - 11:30
Germany · Telefonica Germany

Why should anyone attack a game with "only" 500k users? Crazy world...

Avgnar Pureblade · 2 June 2013 - 11:27
United States · Cox Communications

This game is far from stable to those new signing up and has always been a hit or miss. The mere fact that it has been up for more than a few hours is a surprise to me.

Dan Wood · 2 June 2013 - 11:23
United Kingdom · TalkTalk

Its a DDOS attack... confirmed on EvE's facebook page and twitter feed... its offline till they can sort it out

Jake Castle · 2 June 2013 - 11:23
United States · Comcast Cable

there is nothing more frustrating than to wait for something and not having an ETA on it. Trust me, this is the fastest way to loose a customer base. look at what happened to Sony when it was dDoSed a couple of months ago. I don't think the company managed to recover their lost customer cost.

Andrew Bestwick · 2 June 2013 - 11:22
United Kingdom · Virgin Media

if it is a dos attack that has brought the site down, oooeeerrr need to invest in better firewalls and more bandwidth chappies... note to CCP.. eve boffins

Tobias Michalke · 2 June 2013 - 11:19
Germany · Telefonica Germany

I am afraid it is because of an article on www.spiegel.de today. It is a hihgly frequented news side in Germany and maybe eve didnt expect that much more traffic because of an article...

Evan Jesse · 2 June 2013 - 11:14
United States · Consolidated Telcom

hey everybody DON'T get frustrated.... It's an excellent game and CCP is not just gonna let their amazing creation fall by the wayside. They will have it online soon. And as far as the unplanned downtime they probably are doing it for our protection. If they are under attack, then you don't wanna be playing and be in 0 sec and get disconnected. There is no other game out there like this one. Yes I'm a little down cuz i was working on fitting my Gnosis :/ but I'm still gonna wait. And to all you newcomers, just wait it out. Don't just walk away from it. You won't know what you're missing!

Joe Brandibas · 2 June 2013 - 11:09
United States · Bright House Networks

Yeah, it is a DDOS attack: www.facebook.com/eveonline/posts/10151629888734394

Giannis Pelelis · 2 June 2013 - 11:00
Greece · Hellas On Line

I agree. This game is probably the most stable i've played so far. Those of you that just subbed to find this shit, it's definitely not a routine.. i guess your timing was a bit bad :P Hopefully it'll be solved soon.

David Doornbos · 2 June 2013 - 10:59
United States · Charter Communications

Well good thing I have a 20 day training right now. Too bad a few acquaintances were planning on starting within the last day, during all of this extremely random set of super downtime

Graham Fielding · 2 June 2013 - 10:41
Canada · Shaw Communications

To those that just subbed and are annoyed -- I understand your pain, but this is definitely *not* CCP's normal operating procedures. The long-time players are all in agreement that EVE has never been hit this hard by downtime, so the consensus at this point is a DOS attack from an outside source. Be patient, because CCP has been working for almost seven hours to get us back in our pods.

Scott Collins · 2 June 2013 - 10:33
United States · Nex-Tech

I have honestly never seen the problem this bad before. I must now seriously suspect a Denial of Service Attack or another type of disaster.

Dennis Rollins · 2 June 2013 - 10:11
United States · Time Warner Cable

Just re-subbed and have been met with 2 downtimes in 24 hours, guess I should have re-subbed to a game I can actually play not very happy right now

Murray Kane · 1 June 2013 - 22:20
United States · Time Warner Cable

I get "Remote info file could not be fetched" - California. I got to the start page, hit Enter Game and then it failed

Shane Fera · 1 June 2013 - 21:54
Canada · TekSavvy Solutions

It appears to be up or down depending on where you are. It's still down for me as well. Unfortunately.

Aaron Vittitoe · 1 June 2013 - 21:31
United States · Windstream Communications

UPDATE - 03:06 UTC - Tranquility Offline
UPDATE - 03:30 UTC - We are currently investigating several network issues
UPDATE - 03:31 UTC - COFFEE 0_o
UPDATE - 03:52 UTC - Investigation into the current network outages is still ongoing
UPDATE - 04:10 UTC - We are currently bringing Tranquility online in VIP mode for testing
UPDATE - 04:17 UTC - Testing is now complete and VIP mode has been lifted. To your spaceships, pilots!

Barry Wittmer · 1 June 2013 - 21:11
United States · Time Warner Cable

I thought it was my PC, been running 2 acounts on this old as dirt PC

Racahaya Thomas · 1 June 2013 - 20:57
Australia · World Without Wires Pty

website seems to be down beside the front page/odyssey snippets as well. :/ been playing since '11 and this is first time I can remember it going down [on the basis/frequency it has recently]

Larry Patrick Conkright Ripley · 1 June 2013 - 20:51
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

lol no worries I and I am sure the others here speak typonese fluently. :) and yeah game simplification is why I went looking for a new MMO myself. Hated seeing the one I played get dumbed down every year to appease a minority of players.

Chris Bridge · 1 June 2013 - 20:48
United Kingdom · Virgin Media

EVE Online
The Tranquility cluster has been taken offline as of 03:06 UTC in order to enable us to investigate several network issues

We apologize for this unexpected downtime, and any inconvenience it may cause. We will post more frequent updates to our Twitter account (twitter.com/eveonline), and the "TQ is open again" here on Facebook.

Calvin W Robinson Jr · 1 June 2013 - 20:45
United States · AT&T U-verse

Ugh I want to get minerals to make a battleship but cant get online to mine :(

Chris Bridge · 1 June 2013 - 20:44
United Kingdom · Virgin Media

i played everquest 2 until they made it too easy. played startrek online for about 1 hours and never went back. eve is a game that has so many options. ive run a corp for the past 9 years ish and new stuff still happens. (apologies for any incoherent typing its almost 5am lol )

Larry Patrick Conkright Ripley · 1 June 2013 - 20:40
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

Rofl yeah I must admit the addiction level is pretty high for me as well. I have weaned myself off of Another MMO a little more each week that I have been playing for almost 5 years now. We shall leave it unnamed atm but thank god EVE was here to offer a refreshing change. :)

Kirk Carlisle · 1 June 2013 - 20:39
United States · AT&T Internet Services

Offline as well in Tx. As far as downtime this is the first time I can remember not being able to log in. I've only been playing about a year, but still a good record.

Steve Kolbe · 1 June 2013 - 20:38
United States · Time Warner Cable

Been playing for 9 straight years. It will be fine. Unplanned downtime does not happen very often. I sense some free skill points in our future...

Larry Patrick Conkright Ripley · 1 June 2013 - 20:32
United States · MetroCast Cablevision

Sorry to hear that Chris I hope it doesn't discourage you too much tho it is a great game I am loving it so far.. Only been playing 20 days or so myself and I was in a room looting and salvaging ships from a level 3... Hope we are back up soon. :)

Chris Doebert · 1 June 2013 - 20:27
United States · AT&T U-verse

Originally crashed and came back just long enough for me to find out I lost my ship, but now it's been down for the past hour. Not a convincing way to start my trial period...

Mike Fitz-Gerald · 1 June 2013 - 20:17
United States · Time Warner Cable

Yes for me as well, I was in deep space when it happened I hope I don't lose my ship...

Rock Jurgens · 1 June 2013 - 20:06
United States · Verizon Internet Services

Heard talk of a broken undersea cable between UK and Netherlands. No idea if this is the issue, or how long it would take to resolve.

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