PC version of Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes reached goal in 2 hours on Kickstarter
It has been over a decade since Suikoden's last game hit the shelves, but members of the original creative team are building a spiritual successor. Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes was announced last week alongside a promising set of early images, and the game is already rocking Kickstarter.
Eiyuden Chronicle's Kickstarter went live around 1 pm today, July 27, and reached 50% of its funding target in 40 minutes, as Nibel notes on Twitter. Right after the launch of Kickstarter, the crowdfunding site itself went down - perhaps it's a coincidence, but we prefer to believe that the power of JRPG fans has overwhelmed these servers.
Even with the Kickstarter disruption, Eiyuden Chronicle managed to reach its total funding target of ¥ 54,000,000 - about $ 500,000 - in just over two hours. That's enough to bring us the basic PC version, but other goals include a city-building system and, worth $ 1,000,000, ports for current and next generation consoles.
Access the Kickstarter link here.
See the Kickstarter campaign video and some previews of the game in the videos below.
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