Introducing new PvP battles as well as a number of innovative missions, Lost Eden will bring older, semi-retired players back to Rubi-ka. Fresh missions and bosses allow people to group together in a more social and a less raid-oriented environment, expanding upon the end game and giving players new content to explore once they reach the level cap.
The Battlestations are level rated and no longer are they a last-man-standing event. While still glitchy and hard to log into at times, once we managed to join the queue, alt f4, log on, ctrl-alt-del, log on again, re-join the queue and then get into the Battlestation, the battle itself was a test of tactics and skill, not a mosh pit of insta-death for the squishier professions.
The ability to make a change upon the game landscape by supporting research - both personal and global - is genius. Players can assign a set percentage of their experience to go to personal or global research or both. By doing this they can unlock vehicles, weapons and other advances that assist global efforts.