New EVE Anywhere lets you play EVE Online from any browser

CCP Games, the developers behind space sci-fi MMO EVE Online, has teamed up with Intel to launch a new cloud-based platform for any desktop and laptop.

The browser-based platform called EVE Anywhere works with Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari. Thanks to cloud servers, gamers can virtually access the game regardless of the PC hardware. According to CCP Games, players can also switch between a web browser or the EVE Online client launcher seamlessly.

Over 11,000 users have streamed 86,000 EVE Online sessions through the platform during the platform’s beta phase since August 2021. To access the full version now, you can head here and create an account, then launch the game.

EVE Anywhere is now available to EVE Online players in North America and parts of Europe, and will expand to other territories later this year.

Analysis: Are cloud-based games picking up speed?

CCP Games plunging EVE Online into the streaming pool isn’t the only recent foray into cloud-based gaming.

We have Nvidia’s GeForce Now service, which offers a tiered subscription service. Depending on how much you’re willing to shell out, you can experience a gaming experience on par with the RTX 3080 (1440p/120 FPS).

There’s also Shadow which just relaunched this month, which offers a fully remote gaming PC experience rather than just a streaming service. As well as Google Stadia, which started with a gaming focus and has since moved to offer its technology to other companies.

And with the success of the EVE Anywhere beta and the expected success of the full platform, it looks like the game is taking advantage of rising PC component prices to create a new game market, which just requires a connection. Decent internet.

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