One of the sessions I attended at EVE Vegas was presented by CCP Quant and reported on the economics of New Eden and announced the return of regular economic reports. It was a very interesting session for me, tainted somewhat by the fact that I couldn’t read what was on a lot of the charts being displayed.
Well, that has been remedied. CCP Quant has turned his presentation into a dev blog, so we can all pour over the data he presented… and I can actually read all of the charts.
I want to post two of the charts here because I really like them and because I want to be able to find them at need. The first is the list of what people do when logged into EVE Online.
And the second is where the money comes from and where it goes.
I find it telling that insurance puts more than twice as much ISK into the game than agent mission rewards and bonuses combined. And incusions, which were run by 1.5% of the players logging on in September, paid in nearly double the insurance number.
Anyway, if you are interested in following the money, where things are built, and what we’re all up to in space, you should take a look at that dev blog.
I look forward to the monthly economic reports… and the conclusions people will draw from them.