The new Unreal Engine 4 teaser trailer was rolled out for the upcoming game, featuring in-engine cinematics for the upcoming game. It’s a long ways off from release, though, as the trailer is a pitch for recruiting designers to join the project.
Gematsu spotted the trailer, which was posted up on YouTube recently. You can check it out below.
The best part about the trailer is that Shift Up seems to have shifted an ample amount of focus on the derriere of the main protagonist, who – despite wearing a mechanized battle suit – has some oh-so-sweet booty jiggle physics.
It’s first partially noticeable at the 1:14 mark in the trailer, where the character is walking and the wind blows, creating an ever-so-slight wiggle of the tushy. It’s even more noticeable at the very end of the trailer at the 2:18 mark.
We see the main heroine run into the screen, thighs and butt jiggling and wobbling freely. It looks like the kind of physics we should have had in Dead or Alive 6 had Shimbori and crew not copped out to the Social Justice crowd to constantly placate their sensibilities with the promise of “toning down” the sexuality.
In Shift Up’s title it appears as if they’re not afraid to go all in on promising gamers a beautiful adventure set in a dystopian world with cosmic horrors filling up the world, and a gorgeous main character to stare at throughout the adventure.
If the gameplay is as solid as the main character’s body, and the combat is as fluid as her butt physics, then Shift Up’s Project EVE could end up being a worthwhile game for the aging, decrepit, and censorship-prone PS4, along with the Xbox One, and PC. In fact, I’m getting some NieR: Automata vibes from this title already. Of course, this is all assuming that the platform holders don’t force Shift Up to censor the game for the SJW prudes that seem to govern the gaming industry’s content curation.
If you’re interested in learning more about the recruitment process (which is all in Korean), be sure to visit the official Project EVE website.
(Thanks for the news tip Fight Censorship)