Sir, You Are Being Hunted stretch goals include mounted NPCs and multiplayer

The developers at Big Robot announced stretch goals for Sir, You Are Being Hunted that may bring mounted enemies and multiplayer to the first-person shooter with deadly human-hunting robots, according to a post on the game's Kickstarter blog.

Big Robot announced that hitting £70,000 will add The Riders, mounted enemies modeled after "a classic British fox hunt." At £80,000, the developers will add multiplayer in which robots hunt four players who scramble to be the only one to escape an island. If funded, multiplayer will come "soon after the initial release of the game" because the development team is so small.

Big Robot previously unveiled stretch goals for The Landowner (an NPC), Hunting (wildlife), The Castle Biome (a new island with a ruined castle) and Hot Air Balloon Spotter Patrols (robot snipers patrolling the islands) and has added each as the game reached 150 percent of its £40,000 funding goal.

Sir, You Are Being Hunted will remain on Kickstarter until Dec. 2, 2012.

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