Eiyuden Chronicle Kickstarter Comes to a Close at $4.57 Million


It's been a hell of a trip for the Kickstarter marketing campaign for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, a religious successor to the Suikoden collection that includes some veterans main the cost. When final we checked on it, the sport was the sixth most-funded online game Kickstarter of all time. Now, with the marketing campaign formally over, the challenge has been efficiently funded to the tune of $4.57 million. 


This ¥481,621,841 complete places it at a tremendous 895 % of its preliminary objective of ¥53,808 ($510,735). It additionally leapt previous some extra video games—together with the infamous Mighty No. 9—to grow to be the third most-funded online game Kickstarter. The one video games forward of it now are Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night time (#2) and Shenmue III (#1).


Within the course of, Eiyuden Chronicle smashed by all of its stretch targets, from Fortress City Mode to the unlocking of console variations, further characters, a full orchestra, varied localization tiers, and extra modes, amongst many others. The last stretch objective was hit at $4.5 million, and has the devs teaming up with Natsume-Atari to create A Quiet Place, a bonus City Creation RPG.


All in all, 46,307 backers acquired collectively to convey this one to life. Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes presently has its sights on a 2022 launch on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Collection X, and PC, in addition to a launch on Change or no matter new {hardware} Nintendo might need on the time. 




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