Torment: Tides of Numenera Summary
Chris Avellone to join inXile for The Bard's Tale IV if $1.9 million pledged, Kickstarter with 11 days remaining
There's just under two weeks left for The Bard's Tale IV to lighten our coin purses some more, having already achieved it'sgoal of $1.25 million. A new stretch goal for RPG veteran Chris Avellone now dangles.
Should the heroic PC RPG community manage to throw enough into thecoffers then Avellone will join Brian Fargo and his team. He's already helped out on Wasteland 2 and Torment: Tides of Numenera.
Co-founder and creative director Chris Avellone has announced his departure from. He's yet to state the reason for his exit and what he intends to pursue next. Obsidian was founded back in 2003.
The game designer has worked on such franchises as Icewind Dale, Baldur's Gate, Fallout, FTL, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and most recently Pillars of Eternity. He also worked on 'Van Buren'.
Sometimes it's easy to forget just how many exciting games there are in development. Take inXile Entertainment's Torment: Tides of Numenara, for example, which had completely dropped off my radar for some reason.
It's back on there now, thanks to a very intriguing new trailer that shows off some of the fantasy RPG's bizarre environments. Like an ashen desert filled with great big pustules that occasionally burst and splatter blood everywhere. Lovely.
says that work on its Planescape Torment spiritual successor Torment: Tides of Numenera won't be affected by the recently announced Bard's Tale 4.
That's because the studio is splitting up its staff into teams that will work on both of the upcoming titles, as well as the already released Wasteland 2.
Torment: Tides of Numenera is sitting pretty on the respectable amount of $4,604,757 after a phenomenally successful Kickstarter campaign.
But developer InXile isn't done yet. The team has set up a brand Planescape Torment, and if you haven't yet backed the game you've got another chance to do so. Oh, and there's a new trailer too.for the spiritual sequel to