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Which of the new ships in ESO’s new expansion will you play first?

It’s a bit of a chicken-and-egg scenario, because it can be difficult to tell which of the expansion’s new ships will appeal to you first.

So, we asked a few ESO players on the official forums to name their top picks.

(This post has been edited by daniel on May 20, 2018, 10:08:42.)

Featuring a mix of new and familiar faces, including a pair of brand new Cruisers and a new Titan, the expansion is sure to appeal to players looking for a quick fix while waiting for the next major patch.

We’re particularly excited to see what the new fleet can do in terms of exploration, as it’s a big step in a long line of improvements for the expansion.

There are three ships we like best for the new expansion:The new Cruiser class is a ship we love to play, and has a lot of potential in the new sandbox.

It has the ability to jump to another location, as well as a very unique turret-mounted missile launcher.

The new Titan class has been a staple of the EVE universe for quite some time now, and we’re really excited to have seen it expanded with ESO.

This class is the best in its class in the game, and will make you think twice about jumping right into the fray.

With this in mind, it was interesting to see that some of the newer ships were the first to receive significant changes.

The Titan-class cruiser, for instance, got a new turret, more armor, and a slightly higher jump range.

All of these new changes will make the Cruisers a much more viable option.

The Drake, for the most part, is a very traditional and boring ship to pilot, and it’s hard to see why it has become such a popular choice among the new players.

The introduction of the Drake is definitely a welcome change for the Cruiser players.

This will be a new option for new players to pick up, and there will be plenty of opportunity for both old and new players alike to get into the Cruis-Masters.

Both the Drake and the Drake Guardian will have unique mechanics to offer new players and veterans alike, with the Drake also receiving an upgrade that allows it to hold its own in the Cruising game mode.

We love the Drake, and look forward to the new addition.

There’s also a new class of ship that hasn’t received as much attention: the frigates.

These frigates are much more aggressive, and are likely to have a major impact on the Cruizing game mode, especially as they’re one of the first ships to receive the ability for jump range boosts.

The Drake is the one we think the most exciting ship of the bunch, as the ship has the best jump range and the best armor, allowing it to jump out of the water more easily.

While it’s only a small addition, it’s definitely worth checking out.

We’re also excited to get a taste of the newly introduced Titan, as we’re quite fond of the Titan class in EVE Online.

It’s one of our favorite new ships and is one of its strongest parts in the entire game.

This is a new choice for many players, and the addition of a new player-controlled Titan will allow new players who have yet to play EVE to start playing with a more experienced pilot.

There is a good chance that you will see more changes to the Cruises in the next few weeks, and this will likely be the biggest change to the ship in terms the amount of time you can invest in a Cruising experience.

We’ll keep you posted with the latest information as it becomes available.