CCP is welcoming back former players for a free week of gaming

Eve Online developer CCP Games is inviting former players back to the game for one week in free game time as part of its latest Recall Program.

The program offers current subscribers the chance to earn rewards by inviting former players back to the game. If the user returns to the game and re-subscribes, the inviter will be elligible for rewards. The inviting account can earn up to a maximum of three awards every month; However, invites will expire after 30 days.

Rewards will change on a monthly basis, and will include unique items and in-game money, according to the official Eve Online website.

Earlier this year, CCP announced its plans for this year's annual Eve Fanfest. The event will run from May 1-3 at the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center in Reykjavik.

Programming at the three-day festival includes the first live demo of Eve Online's 20th expansion, which is set for release this summer. Fans of Dust 514, the PlayStation 3-exclusive shooter that ties into Eve Online, will be able to get the first-ever hands-on time with "its next major evolution," according to a press release from CCP. Fanfest attendees will also have the opportunity to play the latest build of Eve: Valkyrie, the virtual reality dogfighting game that is being built exclusively for the Oculus Rift and will be co-published by the headset's creators, Oculus VR.

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