Eve Online is going to launch its Japanese version the next March 28

CCP Games and Nexon Co., Ltd. have announced today that they will launch the localized Japanese version of its science-fiction MMO, EVE Online, on March 28.

Japanese players will now be able to access EVE Online in their native language, playing alongside hundreds of thousands of fellow gamers from around the world who share the single-shard EVE Online universe hosted on CCP’s Tranquility server. CCP will continue development of the game itself and handle gameplay related customer support, while Nexon will manage all billing needs, along with local marketing and PR services to drive player growth within the region.

Also CCP announced last week a partnership with online game operator TianCity to distribute EVE Online in mainland China. The game supports play in English, Russian and German.

"For years we’ve looked forward to the day when we could bring a fully Japanese EVE experience to our loyal and enthusiastic audience in Japan," said Hilmar Pétursson, CEO, CCP. "Thanks to our partnership with Nexon, that day is about to arrive. Nexon’s solid reputation and enormous reach in the region makes them the ideal partner for our Japanese launch."

"With EVE Online, CCP has created a gaming experience like no other,”said Seung-Woo Choi, CEO of Nexon. “We're confident that the Japanese version will attract legions of new players ready to take their part in the endlessly unfolding drama of the EVE universe."

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