Triple Hill Interactive and Toko Midori‘s one-hit-kill sword fighting game Die by the Blade succesfully raised over US$25000 this month and it’s now on track for a 2021 release.
The game was funded on Kickstarter, and 478 backers pledged US$25167 to bring it to life.
Following the successful Kickstarter campaign we now enter an exciting time for the development of Die by the Blade. We would like to thank all the backers who supported us during the campaign and welcome the many new fans to the DbtB community. Their feedback and constant support means a great deal and we value their input into the future development of the game.Peter Nagy, founder and CEO of publisher Grindstone.
We are thrilled to have reached our Kickstarter target and humbled by the great support we have received throughout the campaign from our community and fans. It’s time now for us to enter the next exciting development phase and put these additional funds to work to create the truly great gameplay experience we want to deliver to our fans.Peter Adamondy, development lead at Triple Hill Interactive.