The CEO of Project Eve developer Shift Up has bought a PS5 for each of his 260 staff members.
Last week on September 9th, PlayStation Showcase highlighted a slate of impressive-looking games launching this year and beyond. One of those games was the super-stylish Project Eve, and Shift Up CEO Hyung-tae Kim celebrated the game’s reappearance at the PlayStation Showcase by buying 260 PS5 units for each of the company’s developers.
Shift Up’s CEO, Hyung-tae Kim, celebrated the successful performance of Project Eve at the PlayStation Showcase by purchasing PS5 for each of its 260 employees. https://t.co/VVtp2aaRib pic.twitter.com/mQV32i37l5September 13, 2021
Even if you’re the CEO of a successful developer, there are a lot of PS5 units out there for that. It’s hard to imagine one person getting their hands on 260 PS5 consoles, especially considering how elusive the PS5 stock of Sony’s new-gen consoles has been over the past 10 months, but somehow Kim managed it. Is.
If you’re unfamiliar with Shift Up’s new game, Project Eve was first unveiled in 2019. Last week though, Shift Up revamped the game with a brand new look and hyper-realistic visuals paired with straight-looking combat. Out of Devil May Cry. Project Eve is definitely one to keep an eye on in the coming months, especially if you’re a fan of action games or basically anything PlatinumGames has put out in the past decade.
Right now, Shift Up hasn’t announced a release date, or even a release window for Project Eve, yet, indicating that it’s still some time away from launch. Project Eve has previously been confirmed as a PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S game, although it was shown at the PlayStation event last week, but it will be available for Sony’s console. is not specific.
For a look at all the other games coming the year and beyond, head over to our new games 2021 Guide for more.