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City of Titans Kickstarter ends with more than double its goal

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Missing Worlds Media's Kickstarter campaign for City of Titans, which the studio calls a spiritual successor to the defunct MMO City of Heroes, closed successfully yesterday with $678,189.

The total, which came from just over 5,000 backers over the course of a 33-day funding drive, was more than twice Missing Worlds Media's original goal of $300,000. The final tally surpassed seven of the studio's stretch goals, including a Mac version of the game.

Missing Worlds Media is a community-based studio that grew "out of the community that was left behind when City of Heroes closed," technical director Nate Downes told Polygon in an interview this past July. The company plans to launch City of Titans in November 2015.

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