Here Is Your First Look At Project NOVA – Free-To-Play FPS in EVE: Online’s Universe

At this year’s Fanfest event, CCP Games revealed its new first-person shooter that is set in EVE: Online’s universe, Project NOVA. This game is being developed by the Shanghai studio CCP Rouge, will be powered by Unreal Engine 4, and will be free-to-play.

Project NOVA is in many ways an evolution of Project Legion, the concept CCP announced at EVE Fanfest 2014, but without the limitations of technical debt and development paths.

Project NOVA is the successor to DUST 514, and will be focusing more on combat in space (stations and ships) than on the planets like Dust 514.

Project NOVA is playable at Fanfest 2016, and below you can find an off-cam gameplay video.

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