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Skybound Entertainment Launches Crowdfunding Campaign to Create an Invincible Game

Skybound Entertainment launches a crowdfunding campaign on Republic to create a AAA game based on its Invincible comic. The campaign surpassed its $50,000 goal, reaching over $450,000 in investments. The game will be developed by industry veterans and aims to be the first AAA title in the Invincible franchise. Skybound aims to raise up to $5 million.



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Skybound Entertainment launches a crowdfunding campaign. Although there was a time when the situation was different, today the world of comics gets along very well with the world of video games. Both Marvel and DC are more open to trying to bring their heroes and villains to this different medium, even if sometimes the results are not as expected.

However, there are other entertainment companies that also want to enter this interactive world, and one of them is Skybound Entertainment, which opened a new crowdfunding campaign with the aim of raising funds to create a game of its comic Invincible.

The news was announced when Skybound Entertainment published its campaign on the crowdfunding site Republic

Unlike other sites like Kickstarter, Republic is more focused on substantial investments, since the minimum amount you can contribute to this campaign is $100. In the details, Skybound Entertainment specifies that they are not looking to develop a game of the stature of an independent title, but rather the first AAA Invincible game.

To do this, the company has a team of around 30 industry veterans, including former employees of studios such as EA, Activision Blizzard, Epic Games, Amazon Games and more. The campaign goal was $50,000, but at the time of writing, Skybound Entertainment far exceeded that number, already raising more than $450,000.

While this plans to be the first AAA title based on the Invincible comics, it won’t be the first game in the franchise. In the middle of last year Ubisoft had announced the first video game based on these comics, Invincible: Guarding the Globe, which would be a free Android and iOS title with microtransactions that was finally released in February of this year.

Additionally, in November of last year, Skybound Entertainment released Invincible Presents: Atom Eve , a game starring the character Atom Eve that mixes turn-based combat elements with a visual novel presentation. Although it is not an Invincible game itself, Omni-Man is also available as a playable character in Mortal Kombat 1 through DLC.

Although the campaign has already met its goal, it will still remain open until April 29th to continue raising investments. The maximum limit that Skybound Entertainment will be able to obtain is $5 million. The studio has not yet provided details on possible platforms or release date for this game.


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