Project Shadow, an action RPG featuring PvE and PvP elements on Kickstarter

Efgeni Bischoffa developer who has worked on games like Crysis, Halo, Killzone, Doom and Quake is seeking funding on Kickstarter for his project Project shadow. Let’s talk about an action RPG with PvP and PvE elements, which according to the image in the video can be really promising.

Specifically, Efgeni defines Project Shadow as an action and fantasy RPG centered on interesting and challenging missions, with a fun competitive aspect and a world full of fascinating stories. But let’s not get through the mudguard, we’re practically a new Battle Royale PvEvP with RPG elements and a fantasy atmosphere.

Everything transcends into one cards with up to 50 players and a lot of NPCs, like undead, demons, horrible elements or simply mother nature. In each round we will start with basic weapons and tend to find the best equipment to be able to finish with the rest of the players. Each round lasts about 20 minutes, with up to 5 extra minutes for the last enemy. The team is considering killing NPCs with other players. The fight is in third person, with realistic but fluid movements and techniques, with a great deal of imagination.

I honestly do not understand very well where the developer wants to go, the idea proposed to the judiciary is a Battle Royale, but in the future it will expand the game with open world elements and other elements that are far from initial concept. Additional material in the recording steps is as follows;

  • A city center for several different types of activities.
  • Deep system of missions during a normal PvEvP game.
  • Competitive 2v2, 3v3 games in small areas of the map.
  • individual historical or collaborative missions.
  • More personalization like Orcos and Elfos, more enemies and NPCs in the story.

The images shown are not badly painted, but you know that everything is a concept, there is nothing in the game itself, so we are talking practically about a movie that looks like a gameplay.

What do you think about this? Do you think the pen has been dropped for the project, or do you seem to have a different idea about the amount?

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