Square Enix Collective’s co-op monster-raising RPG, Re:Legend, is now 400 percent funded on Kickstarter and has met its stretch goal of a PlayStation 4 release, developer Magnus Games has announced.
With an original goal of S$ 70,000, the studio managed to raise S$ 310,991 via more than 3,000 backers, and still has 12 days left in the campaign.
In an update for fans and backers, Magnus wrote:
Two more weeks to go and we’re currently sitting at more than 400% funded! Props to everyone and we’ve also caught the Playstation 4 stretch goal fish! Woohoo! Re:Legend has always felt like a console game since day one when we first started the development and we’ve always wanted to play it on console. We are really excited that we are finally able to do it and we can’t wait to get started!
Here’s an overview of the game’s story:
Washed ashore on Vokka Island without memories, you start a new life and find ways to recover your lost memories. However, you must first learn how to live on the island by cultivating the land, befriending villagers, expanding the village and raising your very own magical creatures known as Magnus.
Venture around the land of Ethia where Vokka island resides to reclaim your memories, but this is no easy task as the world is filled with dangerous Magnus and threatening challenges.
Re:Legend is expected to release in June 2018.
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