CCP is hiring a Senior Producer for an undisclosed new project

    
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Probably not this one, then.

Fans of CCP Games have a pretty solid idea of what’s on the company’s docket: EVE Online, EVE Valkyrie, and EVE Gunjack, and if the developers aren’t too busy with other matters, they might even roll out an update to DUST 514. It’s all straightforward enough. But a new job listing for a Senior Producer indicates that the company is working on something else.

What might this something else be? That’s unclear. It could be a producer for the murmured “Project Legion” followup to DUST 514. It could be something entirely different. There’s no obvious red flags in the listing, like expecting experience with mobile titles, but it is specifically listed as being a Senior Producer for a new project rather than an existing title. Whatever it turns out to be, there’s something new in the works today, and the fans will just have to wait a little while longer to find out what that something may be.

Source: Gamasutra
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Silvercat18  Bitter…booo

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Please, just not another game that will barely get any population. So hard to focus on Eve Online? Must be for CCP.

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Silvercat18 LordSolarMacharius SwobyJ JayPower ohforfs It is. I have a Russian friend I frequently talk with on Origin, and I get much of a “Hey, if it can be done, go for it”. To be fair, I get it a lot from Western and especially American attitudes, but there’s more of an Order-centric version of it “Hey I’ll do it but I know its not the best choice”. Neither I’d find ideal, but I don’t think any nationality including my own fits my personal (or anyone’s) ideals.

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melissaheather  I wonder if they could make another EvE, or EVE 2, but that they just lack confidence. The idea is so good that it is still going many many years later….I`d rather try that than just let it fade away into obscurity. EvE suffers from having a very old, very bored, but highly invested playerbase of btter veterans. Maybe what they need is to fire them up with new challenges.

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LordSolarMacharius SwobyJ JayPower ohforfs Silvercat18  Looking at athletics and politics, it seems that the Russian mindset is that if you can get away with something, then do it and then lie afterwards when you are caught.

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Baemir Damonvile Tongle Koolthulu  I don’t get that dreadnoughts thing – from the things I have seen, the ships are not that big and die in seconds under sustained fire. They are basically nothing like capital class ships. Not to mention they seem to hover in the atmosphere at about the level a jetplane would fly at.

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SallyBowls1 Tongle  I agree with your thoughts on this – so long as they put on a good show and have some pretty spaceships you can see in VR at the trade shows, they`ll get lots of investors who are caught up in the hype. It’s also great free advertising and makes them look cutting edge. Even if it flops horribly, they will have done well from it.

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MorpayneRADIO  Alas, due to its niche, about anything has better growth prospects that EVE.  VR would be my guess.

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Tongle  $32,000,000 reasons.  Their recent VC investment due to being a leader in VR.  If you get in early enough and sell out in time, it can work out well for you, even if the hypetrain derails.

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SwobyJ JayPower ohforfs Silvercat18 Sadly, he’s right. I left EVE just as the roving griefing gangs full of Russians were terrorizing high-sec space. My experience, and the experience of everyone I play games with is that Russians love to cheat and exploit and most hacks for online games seem to come from Russia. Need an example? ArcheAge. Almost all of the bots and hacks were Russian. That’s just one example out of way too many games that have been compromised.