The upcoming cyberpunk RPG, Gamedec, has reached its Kickstarter funding goal in only 36 hours.
The set goal of USD$50,000 was reached after only 36 hours with over 1400 backers. A few of the game’s backers included a few industry veterans such as inXile Entertainment’s Brian Fargo and The Outer Worlds developer Obsidian Entertainment.
🔥 Gamedec funded in 36 hours 🔥
Thank you for backing our campaign on #Kickstarter. We will do our best not to let you down. Our journey just began, and we’re pleased you’re all aboard!
— Gamedec – cyberpunk | isometric | RPG /Kickstarter (@GamedecTheGame) March 27, 2020
At the time of writing, Gamedec currently sits at over USD$60,000 with over 1600 backers, exceeding Anshar Studios’s first stretch goal, True Detective mode. True Detective mode removes the ability to reload the game and change a previous action adding another layer of challenge to the game.
Future stretch goals include more diverse character interactions and an intentionally unreadable goal. The Kickstarter campaign still has 30 days remaining for backers to contribute.
Gamedec is an isometric, cyberpunk-detective RPG from Anshar Studios based around a series of novels by Marcin Przybyłek. The player will take control of a Gamedec, a detective that solves real crimes in virtual worlds.