A new Kickstarter is underway from indie developer Fresh3d for Outcast Reboot HD, an upcoming well, HD reboot of Outcast, Appeal's 1999 action/adventure. They are looking to raise $600K in funding to bring this to Windows PCs late next year, with support for other platforms possible through stretch goals. This comes now because they recently reacquired the rights to the game, and with much of the original team is involved in development, they hold out the possibility of a full Outcast sequel if the reboot clicks. "Fresh3d and a team of world-class developers is working on the game, along with support from Yves Grolet as gameplay advisor. The studio founded in 2004 and headed by Yann Robert and Franck Sauer, has a significant experience in developing games for PC and consoles and has worked on several shipped games on PC, PS2, Xbox 360 and Xbox One," they explain. "Most members from the core team were present in the old days, when developing the original Outcast, and we are delighted to have them on-board to help develop this HD reboot." Thanks Mercenar.
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