Project EVE Teaser Trailer Released, No Gameplay Included

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Shift Up has released a trailer of its upcoming action-RPG Project EVE. While the trailer does not reveal anything about the gameplay, it does show what players can expect in terms of visuals. The trailer can be watched below.

The trailer begins by offering a look at a wasteland. A drop pod lands, with the words "The Wave for Mankind” printed on its side. A woman walks out of the pod wearing what passes off for a survival suit. She then takes a look at the surrounding area and says "70 year from first 'Dive.' We finally became the first survivors. Now, it's time to get Earth back."

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Project EVE is a single-player semi open-world game. The game is inspired by God of War and NieR: Automata and is directed by Hyung-Tae Kim. Project EVE is developed by South Korean company Shift Up and is projected to be a "Triple A global title." It makes use of the Unreal Engine 4 along with Face Motion Capture, Motion Capture, and 3D Scan Systems. NieR Automata creator Yoko Taro has said he is looking forward to seeing the game.

Reports say that there are presently 10 people working on Project EVE, but with a recruitment page being opened, the development team is expected to increase to at least 100 developers. No actual release date has been set as of right now, but Project EVE will be available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

The studio is also currently working on an online co-op third person shooter titled Nikke the Goddess of Victory. The game uses Live 2D version 3.3, as well as 2.5 Paper Folding. Set for release in 2020 on Android and iOS, the game allows for a maximum of four players to play together and features simple one-hand only controls.

Studio Shift Up is headed by Hyung-Tae Kim, known for being the person responsible in designing the characters of Blade & Soul and the Magna Carta RPG series. Hyung-Tae Kim oversees Project EVE while Nikke the Goddess of Victory is in the hands of South Korean illustrator KKUEM.

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