Outcast HD developer Fresh3D has called time on its Kickstarter campaign after raising a still-impressive $253,694, despite needing $600,000 to proceed with the project. It has published a statement that addresses the campaign’s shortcomings.
Outcast may be 15 years old but Fresh3D’s determined to give it a lick of modern paint. This gameplay trailer shows its first tentative steps toward polishing up this underappreciated gem – a new HD environment in place of the original voxel background.
Outcast Reboot HD developers Fresh3D, made up of several original Outcast developers, took the project to Kickstarter in order to maintain complete development and financial control of the game after meetings with publishers didn’t turn out as hoped.
Outcast is on its way home from time’s exile, and it’s doing it without the fetters of a traditional publishing contract. We speak to one of the original directors on resurrecting the beloved cult-favourite adventure.
Fresh3D, a studio made up of several of the original developers of Outcast, has now launched a Kickstarter for Outcast Reboot HD, a remake of the PC classic.
Outcast is coming back, with a team of the cult favourite’s original developers at Fresh3D working on an HD reboot.