Petroglyph's bid to fund Victory through Kickstarter has failed. The team, who suffered recent lay-offs when Trion took the End of Nations development from it to finish the game in-house, recently updated itsto confirm the news.
Petroglyph has released a developer walkthrough showing off early gameplay action in their Kickstartered real-time strategy game Victory.
In our chat with Petroglyph's lead designer Evan Humphreys, we discussed their newly announced Victory action-strategy that's just begun a Kickstarter campaign. The developer is looking for $700k.
It's a little difficult to finely label Victory, but Humphreys is happy with 'MOTA', a "multiplayer online tactical arena", as opposed to MOBA, a term that "could apply to just about any" online game.
End of Nations and Star Wars: Empire at War developer Petroglyph Games has started their very own Kickstarter campaign for Victory, a WW2 themed action-strategy set in the Africa theatre.
It's the Desert Rats vs. the Afrika Korps "using RTS-like controls" in typically fast game sessions of 15-20 minutes. Our units are finite with each battle rewarding more.