CCP ‘Not Moving Forward’ With Project Nova Alpha

Project Nova

Project Nova’s gameplay experience not living up to expectations

Recently, CCP announced that Project Nova’s (The EVE Online based FPS) closed alpha (which was supposed to begin this month) will ‘not be moving forward until further notice’.

Interestingly, Project Nova was announced  at ‘EVE Vegas’. It was to provide an ‘engaging and unique FPS experience to enrich the EVE Universe.’ (One Universe // One War)

The Project Nova update from CCP states, “Over the course of Project Nova’s development, we conducted a number of player research sessions with external partners, tirelessly playtested the game internally and brought community stalwarts in to help us evaluate the project. Now, after taking all this research and feedback into account, we see that the gameplay experience in its current form does not live up to our original vision and would not achieve our ambitious goals for this project.”

“We hope you understand that we need to take a step back and return to the drawing board, where we will spend more time figuring out how all this hard work can translate into something better and more meaningful for the EVE Universe. Remaining true to our vision of Project Nova’s future in connection with EVE is essential. That is the only way we will be able to continue creating memorable experiences that ensure you—our ineffable players—are satisfied and make us proud as developers.”

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