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What does eve have that makes it engaging and alive in a way that DU - AS GOOD OF A GAME AS IT IS - is lacking? Lets examine the two and see for a second: General premise : Eve online exists as a player driven world where all the things that occur in the world are player driven. Does DU have this? : Yes World : While not fully owned and operated the vast amount of space in eve is player owned. even in high sec in eve players can control traffic and transport of goods while providing assistance etc to those around them. Yea the npc owns the safe h
Currently industrial machines on a non pvp intended landscape have an infinite lifespan. This means that the market for them is only as viable as peoples lack of ownership in them and nothing else, once u get one u have it forever and that... that is unsustainably broken. Id think that a 6-10 week operational lifespan, with machines throwing random errors after thier lifespan stopping production, and requiring either consistent repair or just flat out replacement. This will create a sustainable market for industrial machines ... i think.