Project Nova may be on some more shaky foundations than originally thought, due to a recent announcement from developer CCP. It turns out that the Iceland-based company has decided to cancel plans for a special alpha test of the upcoming FPS due to undisclosed issues. For those not in the know, Project Nova is the
With the beginning of EVE Vegas 2018 this weekend, CCP has unleashed a bunch of new announcements about their flagship products. To that end, we’ve got news about the new FPS module being created as an addendum to EVE Online. Project Nova, the spin-off game for EVE Online, will enter an invite-only alpha test this
For those of you paying attention the Icelandic developer behind EVE Online, we’ve got some news for you. CCP, the team who is best known for space opera MMO EVE Online, has announced an ongoing deal with Epic Games to license Unreal Engine 4 for all CCP projects in the pipeline. This includes a new
Project Nova is on track for a much earlier release than we originally thought. For those that don’t remember, Project Nova is the second attempt by EVE Online developer CCP to make an FPS set in the EVE universe. There’s a catch though, Nova won’t be connected to EVE at all, at least at first.
CCP announced the sale of their Newcastle studio, which made Eve: Valkyrie, back in October, alongside staff layoffs company-wide and the closure of their Atlanta branch office. All hope is not lost though, CCP are also developing a new MMO that features a new IP and working on a new mobile title, so this feels
In a somewhat surprising move, CCP has announced that two of its offices are being shed by the company. The two offices in question are the Newcastle office responsible for VR titles like Valkyrie, and the Atlanta support office. These offices are being sold and closed respectively. The move will affect about 100 staff at
CCP have been quietly working on a number of updates to EVE Online, but they’re also working on a pair of titles set in the EVE universe. As CCP are readying the Lifeblood expansion for this December, there are a number of new titles in the EVE canon being developed. One of which is Project