EVE: Valkyrie (now called EVE: Valkyrie Warzone) is an online competitive space combat game developed by CCP Newcastle for play in virtual reality. The game launched alongside the Oculus Rift on March 28, 2016. Support for the HTC Vive and PlayStation VR headsets are planned for later release.
After the VR versions had been shipped developers added a non VR mode, for PC and Playstation.
The game pits two teams of eight fighters each against one another in a team deathmatch or domination-style control point mode called "control."
EVE: Valkyrie players gain experience overall and on a per class basis. Gaining XP in a specific ship class is used to unlock upgrades for those particular ships.
The game uses silver as an earnable currency and gold as a real-money currency. Gold can be converted into silver, if needed, but it is also used to purchases specific cosmetic upgrades and a time-limited experience point booster.