NCSoft, the publisher behind Guild Wars 2, has released a trailer for its upcoming real-time strategy (RTS) game Project G.
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Announced today (March 15), Project G will be launched on both PC and mobile platforms at an unspecified date.
The title will be set within a “massive-scale war” within a brand new IP, where players will be tasked with conquering new territories for their guild.
Project G‘s first trailer is made up of footage taken from the upcoming game, and shows players building up cities and defensive fortifications before sending out groups of units to battle. Check it out below:
Discussing Project G, project director Minseok Seo said: “[By] building an RTS title upon NCSoft’s advanced technology accumulated with MMO-based massive-scale battle system, we aim to create unprecedented scale and quality that have not been witnessed in any other strategy games.”
Earlier today, NCSoft also shared a video of Project G developers discussing what fans can expect from the game. The video can be watched below with YouTube‘s subtitling feature enabled.
Last year, it was revealed that Randall Price, formerly NCsoft’s senior vice president of publishing, had joined Build A Rocket Boy.
The studio, founded by ex-Rockstar North president Leslie Benzies, unveiled its debut game Everywhere at Gamescom 2022.
Everywhere is set to launch in 2023 and will blend “gameplay, adventure, creativity and discovery in an all-new multi-world gaming experience that redefines how players connect with one another and the digital world around them”.
“Our intent has always been to push the boundaries of what a video game can be while still delivering an innovative player-first experience,” shared Benzies. “The team we’ve built and the partners we’ve made since our founding are coalescing around the unique vision we’re bringing to life. It’s exciting to be a part of, and we can’t wait to reveal more about Everywhere in the coming months.”
In other gaming news, Cities: Skylines is getting one last wave of downloadable content before its sequel launches.