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Eiyuden Chronicle Adds The 109th character

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The Eiyuden Chronicle Kickstarter campaign has been a complete success, the game has not passed another huge milestone and will allow the developer, Rabbit & Bear Studios to add a new hero to the already impressive cast of characters.

Suikoden’s Producer, Writer, and Director Yoshitaka Murayamaannounced a Kickstarter campaign for his new RPG project, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes in late July, his new RPG will launch for PS5, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and PC in fall 2022. In the game’s announcement, he pledged the ‘Heroes’ support to make the developers’ vision a reality, the game is planned to have no compromises.

“Eiyuden Chronicle is now the single most-backed project by Japanese people ever. For this project, I want to take the fans’ passion and put it in the game–that’s how I feel,” director Yoshitaka Murayama said in a press release. “I’ve seen people on social media saying this is the first Kickstarter they have ever backed and it makes me so happy to see that passion and support.”

“The 108th character was born through Stretch Goals. I’m sure some people are fond of this number, as am I,” Murayama said. “But that number was for Suikoden. While we have respect for the number 108, we choose to leave it here and go further. For this commemorable 109th character, we’d like to create a new character with everyone through a voting system.”

‘No limits’ is the vision for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes. To achieve his vision, a Kickstarter campaign started at USD 500,000, at the moment of writing, the campaign has managed to fund over USD 3 million. Alongside Yoshitaka Murayama, joins Junko Kawano, Junichi Murakami, and Osamu Komuta. All veterans that worked in Konami for the Suikoden series. As reported by Gematsu, this will be the first time Kawano and Murayama work together in 25 years.

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