Eve Online takes cheeky shot at Diablo III errors

Gamers logging into EVE Online have been faced with an unusual error code, just like the ones plaguing the somewhat bumpy launch of Diablo III this week.

...except there's one crucial difference between the error messages from Blizzard and those from CCP Games, see if you can spot it:

37 ... 3007 ... 315300: It's code for "Play Eve. Servers are up, login is fine"

37 ... 3007 ... 315300: It's code for "Play Eve. Servers are up, login is fine"

Technical difficulties have plagued the long-awaited launch of Diablo III, with oft-repeated error codes spawning trending topics on Twitter, ranting videos on YouTube and (inevitably) being used as captions for amusing pictures of cats.

This is the first time we've seen it pop up in a competitor's game, however - but we're secretly hoping it's not the last. Blizzard has not responded at time of writing.

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2 Responses to “Eve Online takes cheeky shot at Diablo III errors”

  1. Topher says:

    Aw, how cute. But Eve Online players would only really experience this if Eve Online was as popular as Diablo III was.

  2. Yorkio says:

    Or if Eves developers where are shitty as Acti-Blizz

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