We all know about the game-breaking exploits that were uncovered in EVE: Valkyrie.
But how many of us know how to get our games audited, and what can we do to get it done?
Here are some tips for getting your game to go away, and some quick tips to get you back up and running again.
Know the game: If you’ve played EVE: Wing, you know the basics of EVE: PvP.
And if you haven’t, you should be able to jump in, read the guides and get a feel for how the game works.
(And if you’re like most EVE players, you’re going to want to keep playing in order to get the best experience possible.)
If you haven, you can read the latest EVE updates to learn about changes coming in the next few months, which could include a variety of new features.
If you can’t read the guide, it’s worth getting a copy for yourself and reading up on what’s new.
(A couple of people I know have managed to get their game to boot up, and I’m sure there’s plenty of other people out there who’ve done the same.)
Don’t let the audit get you down: There’s a lot to be said for being honest about the fact that you’re in a sandbox, and that if you let your game get away from you, you’ll be unable to recover from your mistakes.
So be sure to share your game’s data, logs and exploits, and if you find yourself in a bind, talk to a lawyer to get help.
Read the EVE:PvP FAQ before asking questions: Some of the questions you’re likely to be asked during your audit are things like, “I think I saw a few bugs in my game but I don’t remember them.”
So read the FAQ, and be sure you’re up to date on any relevant changes.
The best way to prepare yourself for a good audit is to read through the EVEPvP.org forums, which have threads where you can ask questions about the code, bug fixes, and general game-play.
(Remember that these are the people who make the game, and they’ll be willing to help you.)
There are plenty of good guides for reading through the forums, but it’s always worth checking out the EVE Community Guide.
Make sure you know how your game has been audited: If your game hasn’t been auditing in a while, it might be time to check in with the EVE Alliance.
This organization has a great system for auditing a game’s code and bugs, and you can learn more about how to do it. 5.
Do a quick audit: Don’t wait until you’re audited to make sure you’ve cleaned out the mess, but if you’ve made a mistake, it’ll be nice to know that you’ve been caught, and the game can be taken offline.
There are some tools for checking your game, but a quick online search for “eVE: Valkyrie” should do the trick.
If not, check the forums for a post asking about how your audited game is doing.
Get your game up and playable again: It’s hard to overstate the value of getting your games back up on your machine.
If your server is down, you probably won’t have a lot of other time to play, so getting it back online can help get you through a few more days.
Here’s how to start, with a bit of help from the forums: First, make sure your game is up and operational again.
If it’s still down, try contacting the EVE Online Support team.
If that doesn’t work, go ahead and let them know that your game needs to be upgraded to EVE:Wing.
It’s likely that it’s been down for a while and needs to come back online.
Second, make a new character and start a new game.
If the game is down again, contact the EVE Team to let them find out why it’s down and if there are any other ways you can get your character back online quickly.
Third, try to get yourself logged in.
If a game has recently crashed, try logging in and logging in to your new account.
If nothing works, contact CCP to let the EVE team know what’s going on and if anything else needs to happen.
The EVE Community team will do everything they can to help.
If they can’t fix it, they’ll ask for help from CCP and the EVE Developers Alliance.
4 tips for a quick, painless audit After all of the above, your game should be back up, running, and ready to go.
If all that wasn’t enough, be sure your computer is set up to run EVE: PVP (Player vs Player).
This is where you’ll have your game account, your server, and your fleet up and operating.
You can also make sure that the game client, the EVE client, and other