The team created the artwork using Maya, software it recently switched to but "nobody really knows how to use." Presented with watermarks that describe each as a work in progress, Nesler provides examples of character and environment models.
The RPG was funded by an enormously successful Kickstarter project, which reached its $1.1 million funding goal goal in its first 24 hours. After setting and meeting a series of stretch goals, it ended its campaign with $3,336,371.
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