Dragon Age Writer's New Musical Adventure Game Reaches Funding Goal
Chorus: A Musical Adventure, the next game from Dragon Age writer David Gaider, has reached its funding target, meaning production is now officially set to begin.
The game crossed its $600,000 funding target on November 5. It currently stands at $612,756 at press time, which is 102% of its funding goal.
Developer Summerfall Studios released a celebratory video in which Gaider thanked fans for their support and said he "really can't wait to get started" on the project. Another lead developer, Liam Esler, said, "Thank you so much." Composer Austin Wintory added, "Thank you thank you thank you, that's crazy. We hope to do you proud."
Chorus has a number of stretch goals that can be unlocked in the campaign's final four days before it wraps up on November 10. The first stretch goal will add romance options for the Freddie and Pan characters if funding reaches $650,000. You can read more about the other stretch goals and get more details on the project at the Chorus funding page on Fig.
In addition to Gaider, Esler, and Wintory, veteran voice actor Troy Baker is working on Chorus as the voice director. Laura Bailey (Halo, Gears of War, Uncharted) is voicing the main character, Grace.
In other news, Star Trek actor Anthony Rapp will seemingly have some involvement in Chorus. Additionally, Gaider has shared new light on how the game's romance system works.
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