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Project EVE is official, pure post-apocalyptic action for PS5; first trailer

Project EVE It has been one of the great surprises of the PlayStation Showcase. Shift Up and Second Cave Studio present a next-gen title for PS5 with action in the third person and a setting with cyberpunk elements.

The game presents us with all kinds of scenarios in a seemingly post-apocalyptic setting, with zombie-like creatures. The gameplay is pure action, third person action with a hack and slash touch. As if it were NieR: Automata, the game presents us with a female character accompanied by a machine.

Sometimes, the protagonist will be involved in battles with several enemies, we will have quick time events and the ability to stop time momentarily. Elements of Bayonetta, Devil May Cry and many other exponents of the genre are perceived. The graphics engine is Unreal Engine. For the moment has no release date.

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PS5 breaks records; but the semiconductor crisis continues

Toshiba reported this September that the semiconductor crisis could last until the end of 2022. This not only affects the video game console market, but also the rest of the technology industry (smartphones, vehicles, household appliances …). In the case of consoles like Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5, its graphics component supplier AMD has already said that the situation is far from being overcome. However, the stock is arriving little by little, always under reserves, which has awakened the boom in alert tools and product availability tracking.

All in all, PlayStation 5 has already sold more than 10.1 million units as of June 30, practically the same as PS4 in its first nine months of life.

Looking ahead, the Japanese firm plans to sell more than 22.6 million units of PS5 during the next fiscal year (from April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023), which would translate into an absolute distribution record for the brand, topping the $ 22.6 million for the first PlayStation in fiscal 1998.

In Japan alone, Sony has already sold more than a million units worldwide.

Once the event is complete, we invite you to take a look at what this PlaySation Showcase has given of itself through this link.


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