Battalion 1944 developers have finally announced stretch goals for the game’s Kickstarter campaign.
Less than a week away from the finish line, Battalion 1944 has added a decent number of stretch goals.
“When we hit our funding goal in just 3 days we could’ve released a list pre-made stretch goals, but instead we decided listen to the feedback from our community to see exactly what you wanted,” the developer wrote in a Kickstarter update.
The goals include a multitude of promising features, and the first has already been achieved. Enhanced particle effects, a training map, D-Day, new factions, a co-op mode, and a lot more is promised.
The biggest news, however, is the promise to add a single-player campaign at £1.2 million. To celebrate the announcements, Bulkhead released a new trailer showcasing even more stunning footage.
As of this writing, the campaign has amassed £263,928 from 8,503 backers, with six days to go.