Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is a non secular successor to Suikoden led by members of the unique inventive crew. It reached its preliminary funding goal on Kickstarter in a little over two hours, and now – simply days after the crowdfunding marketing campaign launched – has raised nicely over $2 million USD. The sport is coming to PC, and developer Rabbit & Bear Studios is making its plans to launch on Steam very express.
“We’ve seen lots of questions relating to the discharge of Eiyuden Chronicle on PC,” the devs say in a brand new backer update. “We are able to affirm that the sport shall be launched on Steam. We are going to announce launch on different platforms at a later date.”
Don’t count on a last-minute change to a different platform, both, as we noticed with the equally crowdfunded Shenmue 3. The devs say of their FAQ that “we is not going to enter into an unique settlement with a platform. We now have vehemently pushed this level with any potential publishing companion and received’t enter into an settlement with a writer that requires us to try this.”
Eiyuden Chronicle’s preliminary funding objective was set to cowl solely a PC model, although the $1 million stretch objective – lengthy since achieved – additionally opened up console variations of the sport. For these ports, the devs are hedging their guarantees a bit extra. “CPU/GPU limitations and so forth are an actual subject so we must be cautious with the commitments we make.”
The sport’s off to a formidable begin on Kickstarter, however with an estimated launch of October 2022, there’s an extended option to go for Eiyuden Chronicle. RPG games had a heck of a heyday within the period of Suikoden, so right here’s hoping Hundred Heroes can recapture the magic.