Hundred Heroes Has Become the Third Best-Selling Video Game Kickstarter with $4.5 Million Raised

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes, the spiritual successor to Suikoden, has become the third best-selling Kickstarter video game with a final total of over $4.5 million raised.

Eiyuden Chronicle trails only behind Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’s $5.5 million and Shenmue 3’s $6.3 million as the best-selling video game Kickstarter, flying past its original goal of $500,000.

Key members of the development team responsible for the cult classic RPG series Suikoden will be working on Eiyuden Chronicle, and it will take the form of a JRPG with a 2.5D visual style. Furthermore, it will have 100 heroes to recruit, a ‘fortress building system,’ and a turn-based battle system with parties of six characters.

The story of Eiyuden Chronicle will be written by Suikoden series creator and Suikoden 1 and 2 writer Yoshitaka Murayama, and other ex-Suikoden team members will handle the character design, system design, and direction.

Since this Kickstarter surpassed its goal in a major way, many of the stretch goals were met, including PS5, Xbox Series X, and Switch versions, and a companion game called A Quiet Place that was the $4.5 million goal.

For those who aren’t familiar with the Suikoden series, which began in 1995 on the original PlayStation, be sure to read our take on why Suikoden 2 is the best game you’ve never played.


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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst and on Twitch.

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