Summerfall Studios hits its fundraising target for its first title Chorus

Summerfall Studios hits its fundraising target for its first title Chorus

Chorus, a new visual-novel with a musical twist from Summerfall Studios has hit its fundraising target.

As revealed on Twitter, Summerfall Studios’ has exceeded its $600,000 goal on crowdfunding site Fig, with funding sitting at $623,841 at the time of writing. 

The video game features former Dragon Age writer David Gaider, Summerfall’s managing director Liam Esler and composer Austin Wintory - known for Journey and Banner Saga.

The studio was formed earlier this year between Gaider and Esler. The pair worked together at Canadian studio Beamdog, Gaider left the company in February 2018.

Now that the firm has hit its target, it is aiming to hit its stretch goals such $650,000 for Freddie and Pan romances, $700k for more songs and a Minotaur quest. The highest goal is at $900,000 for a full voice-over.

The game has taken influence from games such as the Dragon Age series, Dream Daddy and Life is Strange.

However, it also took inspiration from musicals such as the hugely popular West End and Broadway show Wicked and TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer - from its Once More With Feeling episode.

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