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CCP reveals Project Legion, a second attempt at an MMO shooter
May 2, 2014 | By Mike Rose

May 2, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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EVE Online studio CCP Games today revealed Project Legion -- the company's second attempt at creating a massively multiplayer shooter in the EVE universe.

Previously CCP released Dust 514 last year, a shooter that took place alongside EVE Online, but this title hasn't performed as well as the main course. Now the Dust team is taking a new approach to this concept, and making a new experience out of it.

"It's taking all we learned from Dust and almost making a new game from scratch," CCP CEO Hilmar Veigar Petursson told Eurogamer, "even though it's the same team doing a first-person shooter, so they're very experienced now. And we've made good headway on it."

The game is destined for PC right now, with more details to be revealed soon. (Video from Polygon)


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Greg Scheel
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All the difference in the world.

Alan Wilson
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1. Nice timing. Throw out most of one studio, wait a week or two, then announce a new title somewhere else.

2. Looks moderately pretty - and really dull. And generic.


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