Project EVE is a South Korean AAA action title inspired by Nier: Automata

Project EVE is a post-apocalyptic single-player action game, developed by South Korean studio Shift Up. The game is directed by Hyung-Tae Kim, known for his illustrations in games like Magna Carta, and Blade & Soul.

The story takes place in a world where humanity is facing extinction by an invading enemy and is forced to escape to the orbital colonies to survive. The trailer above shows our protagonist surviving the planetfall, witnessing her comrades who didn’t. She is the only one who can reclaim Earth now.

There isn’t much information about the game at the moment. We do know it draws inspirations from titles like NieR: Automata and God of War, and uses the Unreal Engine 4. South Korean site Ruliweb interviewed Hyung-Tae Kim about Project EVE, and you can read its Google translated version. You can also visit the game’s official website, which features the trailer above and some screenshots, though it will probably be updated over time.

Shift Up is looking to hire more people to work on the game since there are only about ten developers who work on it at the moment and they hope to raise that number to a 100. In addition to Hyung-tae Kim, composer ESTi, who previously worked on Ragnarok Online, is also a member of the studio.

Project EVE is planning a release on Steam, Epic Store, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, next-gen consoles, and the newly announced Stadia.

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