Project Eve CEO bought 260 PS5 consoles so his team could play their game

Project Eve CEO bought 260 PS5 consoles so his team could play their game

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  • Shift Up CEO, Hyung-Tae Kim celebrated the successful showing of Project Eve at the PlayStation showcase by purchasing a PS5 for each of his 260 staff. 13, 2021

  • Last week on September 9, the PlayStation showcase highlighted a slate of impressive-looking games launching this year and beyond. One of those games was the super-stylish Project Eve, and Shift Up CEO Hyung-Tae Kim celebrated the game’s re-reveal at the PlayStation showcase by purchasing 260 PS5 units for every developer at the company.

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If you’re unfamiliar with Shift Up’s new game, Project Eve was actually first unveiled back in 2019. Just last week though, Shift Up re-revealed the game with a brand new look and hyper-realistic visuals, paired with combat that looks straight out Devil May Cry. Project Eve is definitely one to keep an eye on over the coming months, especially if you’re a fan of action games or basically anything PlatinumGames has put out over the past decade.

That’s a whole lot of PS5 units to be shelling out for, even if you are the CEO of a successful developer. It’s hard to imagine one person getting their hands on 260 PS5 consoles, especially considering how elusive PS5 stock of Sony’s new-gen console has been over the last 10 months, but somehow Kim has managed it.

Right now, Shift Up has yet to announce a release date, or even a release window for Project Eve, indicating that it’s still some ways off from launch. Project Eve has previously been confirmed as a PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S game though, so although it was showcased at PlayStation’s event over the past week, it isn’t exclusive to Sony’s consoles.

For a look at all the other games coming out over the ensuing year and beyond, head over to our new games 2021 guide for more.

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