InSomnia Goes Back to Kickstarter
Additional Funding Needed For Dystopian RPG
Dystopian RPG InSomnia has gone back to Kickstarter after it emerged that more funds are needed to finish the game.
Despite a previous spell on the crowdfunding platform and an investment of several thousand pounds on their own behalf, indie developer Studio MONO has found they now need more money than they originally thought.
“It was no easy decision to return to Kickstarter. After evaluating the progress made on the project, thanks to the funds from our previous Kickstarter campaign and the over £100,000 we’ve spent out of our own pockets, we’ve got to a point where we need additional funding. The money’s for one final push to take the game past the current Prologue Chapter we have released to the public.” said Anatoliy Guyduk, lead developer at Studio MONO.
“We switched from Ogre 3D to UE4, and are thrilled with the improvements in both the visuals and the performance of the game. The Prologue Chapter, which is up to four hours long depending on how much you explore and do, will show you how passionate we all are for InSomnia. We hope that you’ll support us in our dieselpunk inspired journey, one last time!”