Star Citizen the top crowdfunded project of all time
Upcoming space sim from Chris Roberts and Cloud Imperium Games surpasses Pebble Watch with $10,701,217 and counting.
Over the weekend, upcoming space simulator Star Citizen from Wing Commander Chris Roberts surpassed the Pebble Watch to become the number one crowdfunded project of all time, developer Cloud Imperium Games has announced.
The Kickstarter campaign for the Pebble Watch ended in May 2012 with $10,266,845. Funding for Star Citizen currently stands at $10,701,217 and counting.
"That’s a record you should be proud of. But we're just getting started!" Cloud Imperium Games wrote.
Funding for Star Citizen on Kickstarter closed in November 2012 with $2,134,374. Cloud Imperium Games continues to accept funds through its website.
Star Citizen has been in development at Cloud Imperium Games for more than a year. The game itself includes a "sophisticated storyline" that is set in a persistent online universe.
According to Roberts, it will fuse elements of his previous games, Wing Commander and Freelancer. Support for the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift is planned.
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