Last year, EVE: Infinite Galaxy was officially introduced to the world in a joint development co-operation between NetEase - a Chinese publisher and an Icelandic studio named CCP (Crowd Control Productions). The game was planned to launch globally later this year. Recently, the joint project released its first trailer via the Internet, giving us a glance at some feature of the game. Check it out below:

From the trailer, we can have some glimpses on how players can develop the infinite galaxy, choose from a collection of over a hundred ships, and join the greatest battles! Besides, there are a lot of other activities such as manufacturing ships, trades, or gathering minerals for players to take part in! The game is supposed to be available for both iOS and Android, with the iOS version scheduled to launch first. It's reportedly coming in two language options: Chinese and English.

The EVE PC version contains nearly 8,000 star systems with five main factions and a massive collection of ships. The mobile port promises to retain the core features of the base version as much as possible. Unfortunately, it's still likely to be scaled down quite a lot due to the nature of the platform.

The PC version of EVE Online is massive, and the mobile port promises to retain as much of that as possible. However, it's still likely to be scaled down quite a bit

EVE Echoes: Infinite Galaxy is made using the NeoX engine, owned by NetEase. Its iOS version will utilize Apple's ARKit 2, which suggests that the game might come with some AR elements. NetEase has confirmed that the foundations of the solar and planetary systems, stars, and space station have been finished. The development team is now rushing on the last pieces of gameplay features, which aim to optimize all ships’ stats and other functions.

EVE Echoes: Infinite Galaxy is going to launch later this year, but no official date has been revealed at the moment. Stay tuned for more updates.