If you haven’t yet booked your tickets to the 2013 EVE Fanfest in Iceland, you’ve left it too late. CCP Games has officially announced that the annual celebration of all things related to EVE Online has completely sold out, with more than 1,400 attendees landing in Reykjavik in late April.
The numbers are a 50% increase on last year’s event, with gamers getting ready for three days of EVE Online, Dust 514 and CCP-related activities. While it certainly doesn’t feel like it, EVE Online has been around for nearly ten years – and that’s inspired organisers to theme this year’s event around EVE: The Second Decade.
This year’s festivities include panels, developer presentations, PvP tournaments, game reveals, a developer-lead pub crawl and even a handful of “local Icelandic excursions”.
There’s also a concert from the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra playing EVE Online tunes, a speaker track that focusses on real-world science in the context of the game’s universe, and even a performance from Gunnar ‘Gunni’ Nelson, the popular MMA submission fighter sponsored by CCP and Dust 514.
For more information on what you’re missing out on at Fanfest 2013, head to fanfest.eveonline.com!