Civil War reenactment fans rejoice! War of Rights, the multiplayer shooter set in the Maryland Campaign of 1862, has reached its Kickstarter funding goal and then some. The game was asking for $107,000 but raked in over $118,000 when all was said and done.
"After a month on Kickstarter, our campaign for War of Rights is now over and we'll get the funds needed to complete the game!" Campfire Games announced over the weekend. "We want to thank all of you for your support because thanks to you we'll now be able to continue working on War of Rights!"
Civil War reenactors might have a new type of outlet if a current Kickstarter project has anything to say about it.
A game that's been in development for three years, War of Rights is aiming to create a multiplayer-only simulation of the Maryland campaign of 1862. Players will take on the role of infantry, artillery, and calvary as they fight around accurately historical locations. The game will initially release with four maps created in Cryengine.
The crowdfunding project is striving to raise nearly $107,000. If all goes well, the devs say that an alpha test could be coming within the next six months. You can check out the Kickstarter video after the jump.