Project Nova is a codename of a subsequent free-to-play first-person shooter entrance from a developers of space MMO Eve Online, CCP Games. The diversion was suggested to press and fans comparison during Iceland’s new Fanfest.
Unlike CCP’s prior shooter, a soon-to-be-shuttered Dust 514, Project Nova will not underline any gameplay tie to Eve Online, notwithstanding handling in a same universe.
In a new talk with Polygon, a game’s comparison director, Snorri Árnason, discussed a preference to pierce divided from a genre synergy formed on a miss of impact in Dust 514.
“The orbital bombardments we had in Dust 514, it was a cold feature, though it was played by a one percent of a one percent,” Árnason told Polygon. “If we were to ever go into connected gameplay we would assume it’s on a economy or some-more thematic things like that. [Dust 514‘s connectivity with Eve] worked for a people who were unequivocally invested in it, it looked cold and felt cool, and felt real, though we had to be a house in heavenly defeat and we had to have a crony in Eve who unequivocally wanted to assistance you, so you’d report a compare in heavenly defeat and contend accommodate me here in 24 hours and blast these suckers.”