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Eiyuden Chronicle now funded enough to come to “any next-generation Nintendo console”

Eiyuden Chronicles: Hundred Heroes, which is the project under development by a number of key members behind the cult classic RPG series Suikoden, has now reached and smashed the Kickstarter funding goal for console ports. While the game isn’t coming to the Nintendo Switch system due to the hybrid console’s power, the team has said it will come to the next Nintendo platform. Nintendo obviously hasn’t announced anything, but rumours have been swirling of a more powerful Switch system in the works though nothing has been confirmed.

At time of writing, the crowdfunding project sits at around $2.1 million, which means the game will now be designed for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox Series X, PS5 and any next-generation Nintendo console.

That level of funding has also resulted in a New Game+ mode, cooking and fishing minigames, new sound effects, a Guild system and ‘Fortress Town mode’, among other additions. With 31 days to go, it seems certain that the campaign will continue to add stretch goals as it progresses.



3 thoughts on “Eiyuden Chronicle now funded enough to come to “any next-generation Nintendo console””

  1. Pretty steep price for a Kickstarter game. 4400¥ or something. Yooka-Laylee was like 5£ or something. Don’t feel like investment almost full price for a game that I don’t know how long I’ll have to wait for; been there done that. Feel like almost all Kickstarters gets delayed or screwed in some fashion or another.

      1. At this point we could just wait for a normal release, but I guess there’s a novelty to backing it on Kickstarter. My “investment” sentence was really broken, should’ve read that a couple more times before posting it.

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