Action RPG ‘Project Eve’ will finally debut in 2023 as ‘Stellar Blade’

Shift Up has long been touted Project Eve is finally about to be published. The Korean developer has announced that the action role-playing game will be released in 2023 star blade. It will be a PS5 console exclusive. Accordingly, the studio took advantage of Sony’s State of Play event to share a trailer outlining the game’s apocalyptic premise.

You play Eve, a warrior who returns to a ruined earth to rebuild the last city (Xion) and protect it from “NA:tives”. Of course, besides the usual fights against horrible looking creatures, there will also be some intrigues between people. The action RPG mechanics will look familiar, but could be intriguing if you’re looking to perfect your gameplay. You’ll need “precise timing” with combos, defensive moves, and abilities to succeed against normal enemies, while boss fights require a more “strategic” approach.

Project Eve has been attracting increasing attention since the first teaser trailer appeared in 2019, not least because of its eye-catching looks. Whether finished or not star blade Fulfilling those expectations is another story. This is Shift Up’s first console game, let alone its first AAA release. While the company has had success with the mobile-oriented one destiny childit must show that its experiences can be easily transferred to other platforms.

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