Kickstarter pledges for Afterburner Studios’s Dreamscaper have crept past the USD$40,000 mark, ensuring the dreamy RPG arrives on Nintendo Switch early next year.

After reaching its initial funding goal for PC in under a week, the Switch port was one of the first stretch goals announced, after a new boss enemy.

The game will continue its crowdfunding efforts for another nine days, with the current stretch goals being for “seeded runs, daily challenges, and leaderboards” at $50,000 and an endless dungeon mode at $60,000.

While PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases are not planned at the time being, the development team hopes to bring Dreamscaper to those consoles.

For anyone unaware, the title casts players as a young woman struggling with depression. The gameplay is split into day sections, which focus on story and character development, and night sections, which see Cassidy entering her nightmares to explore and fight.

The most recent Kickstarter update shows off how the game has changed since the beginning of development. A second similar update is scheduled for later this week.

Dreamscaper is currently targeting a March 2020 release window on PC and Switch.

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