Shortly after taking on the troubled production of tactical RPG Unsung Story, developer Little Orbit began “orderly in the house” and announcing her plans for the game. Last weekend, the company revealed that it is already working to bring the project to the PlayStation 4, the Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch.
When the project was announced in 2014, the previous developer (Playdek) stated that it intended to bring the game to the PC and to mobile devices. At the time, the campaign had extended goals that promised to bring the game to the Nintendo 3DS, Vita and PS4, that were not being reached.
“For me, I remember playing Final Fantasy Tactics on the couch on my PS1, and that format was essential to take advantage of the game,” said Little Orbit CEO Matthew Scott in explaining the move. According to him, anyone who helped finance Unsung Story in its original format will have the option to upgrade its platform of preference through a search.
Little Orbit also canceled some of the rewards promised earlier, such as the package that promised 3 unique stages that were only purchased by 329 people. “That means producing 3 extra stages for a small group of players, and we can never throw it in any other way. For now, let’s cancel this item. However, we are looking at the possibility of offering a new add-on next to the launch that will give supporters a discount on the purchase of non-exclusive DLCs.”
Scott urges supporters not to panic or be afraid to see their money “lost.” “While we are changing or canceling some rewards, we will also offer some limited reimbursements to compensate for this,” said the CEO of the developer.
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