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Eve Online developer CCP Games announced Project Legion for PC, a spiritual counterpart of sorts to PS3-exclusive first-person shooter Dust 514, today during their annual Eve Online Fanfest.

CCP shared little about about Project Legion, stating only that they wanted to marry the openness and sandbox-style nature of Eve to a shooter like Dust (something PC users have been clamoring for, since Dust is a PlayStation 3 exclusive). The Shanghai-based studio working on Project Legion are only a few months into development.

Like Dust, Project Legion is being designed around the free-to-play model. The two games will not, however, interact with one another. And while Dust may have served as a springboard, the developers regard Project Legion as its own thing rather than an evolution of what they’ve done in the past.

Project Legion will bring the spirit of Dust 514 to the PC scene

By | 05/2/2014 02:05 PM PT

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Eve Online developer CCP Games announced Project Legion for PC, a spiritual counterpart of sorts to PS3-exclusive first-person shooter Dust 514, today during their annual Eve Online Fanfest.

CCP shared little about about Project Legion, stating only that they wanted to marry the openness and sandbox-style nature of Eve to a shooter like Dust (something PC users have been clamoring for, since Dust is a PlayStation 3 exclusive). The Shanghai-based studio working on Project Legion are only a few months into development.

Like Dust, Project Legion is being designed around the free-to-play model. The two games will not, however, interact with one another. And while Dust may have served as a springboard, the developers regard Project Legion as its own thing rather than an evolution of what they’ve done in the past.

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