Co-operative monster-raising RPG, Re:Legend has launched on Kickstarter and has since smashed its SGD $70,000 goal, as well as its first stretch goal of SGD $100,000.
Magnus Games launched the Re:Legend Kickstarter campaign earlier this week and has smashed through its first stretch goal in a matter of days. The game not only looks adorable, but has some pretty fantastic names tied to it, such as Shota Nakama, the founder of the Video Game Orchestra, and previously worked on Final Fantasy 15. Yoshitaka Suzuki, who previously worked on Metal Gear Solid and Final Fantasy, is also part of the game’s development team too.
In Re:Legend, players work together to build their village and raise adorable “monster-like” creatures called Magnus. The game is set to land on PC, as well as PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch if Stretch Goals are met.
Check out the Re:Legend’s Kickstarter video below, and to find out more as well as what pledge options are available, head on over to the Kickstarter page.