Hyung-Tae Kim, CEO of Shift Up studio, celebrated Project Eve’s revelation by offering a PlayStation 5 to each of its 260 employees so they can play when the project launches.
Project Eve was announced during the PlayStation Showcase on September 9th and may even have bypassed some gamers, especially after it proceeded from the revelations of Spider-Man 2, Marvel’s Wolverine, and God of War: Ragnarok.
Those who paid attention to the event were certainly curious about this unknown title, which showed impressive graphics, lots of combat, and action, and which can be briefly described as a mix between Bayonetta and Nier: Automata.
If the trailer can even be passed alongside some, others made sure to mark the occasion, as was the case with Hyung-Tae Kim, CEO of the Korean studio Shift Up, who, to celebrate the game’s revelation, decided to offer a PlayStation 5 to each of its 260 employees, something that may have cost $130,000.
More impressive than the purchase price is how easy it was to get 260 consoles. It seems the secret lies in developing a game with some exclusivity for PlayStation 5.