|Torment: Tides of Numenera shown in Unity, 3 days left with over $3.3m pledged|
|Posted: 02.04.2013 15:59 by Simon Priest||Comments: 2|
The Torment: Tides of Numenera team over at inXile Entertainment have shown a teasing glimpse of the game running in the Unity engine, which was the result of a 'brief technology test' they ran.
There are still three days left on the Kickstarter campaign and they've raised over $3.3 million so far. Backers have been breezing past stretch goals so how much can the community unlock?
The exciting part for inXile is that the typical behavior for a Kickstarter is to gain as much as 20% of pledges in the closing days, and they're already well beyond their goal.
"You may be curious about what will happen this last week. From us, you can expect another video or two, a Vision document, and a couple more treats," posted inXile. The latest stretch goals go beyond the $4m mark. "In terms of funding, it is typical for a large-ish video game Kickstarter to gain around 20% of its total backers within the last few days – even those that end more slowly have about 15% during this time."
"In extreme cases, one-third or more of the total funding can arrive during the final days. And most of this is in the last day. Each Kickstarter is unique, and Torment gained a lot of attention early, but $4M or more is very attainable."
"Only 3 days remain, but much is still possible. We pledge to use every dollar to make Torment better and we thank you for your continued support and for spreading the word!" Check out the .