Revolting against CCP's handling of microtransactions and internal memos dismissing players' concerns, EVE Online users rioted in the MMORPG last summer, making their protests heard by gathering and attacking invulnerable virtual monuments close to major space stations.

CCP's CEO Hilmar Veigar eventually posted a public letter apologizing to players, and the company promised a renewed focus on adding and tweaking features that fans felt are more important than the virtual goods EVE Online was trying to hawk at exorbitant prices.

It's also taking another step to laud those protesters by replacing one of those landmarks that was attacked with one in ruins. The Jita statue once featured a plaque congratulating two players who solved a riddle contest several years ago. Now the monument's plaque reads:

"This was once a memorial to the winners of a riddle contest sponsored by late entrepreneur Ruevo Aram. After standing proud for half a decade, it was destroyed in late YC113 by capsuleers who were staging a mass uprising against an intolerable status quo of intergalactic affairs.

Today, the ruins of this once-great work of art stand as a testament to the fact that change is the universe's only constant."

Massively points out that this change is currently live on EVE Online's test server, and will likely appear on the main server when the game's new Crucible expansion launches on November 29.