Having recently acquired the IP of Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries, Rebellion is making good on backer rewards promised by the game’s original developers.
Rebellion, developers and publishers of the Sniper Elite franchise, bought the rights to Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries from original developer Grin in October, after the latter filed for bankruptcy. The studio’s financial troubles resulted in backers not getting promised rewards such as custom game covers, artbooks, etc.
Rebellion has today revealed it finished working on custom-made boxed versions, hardcover artbooks and more. The rights holder even shipped some of them to existing backers. The collectibles are created by Rebellion’s in-house team. The publisher also posted a new FAQ on the game’s Kickstarter page to help backers find out what they’re getting.
Here’s head of art at Rebellion Chris Payton showing it all off.