Re:Legend Kickstarter Begins, 3 Final Fantasy Composers to Provide Soundtrack

Video Game Orchestra to record the soundtrack for the game

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One of Square Enix Collective’s most beloved projects is finally on the cusp of becoming a reality. Re:Legend is a co-operative monster raising RPG where one to four players must work together to rebuild the village at the island of Vokka. Creatures known as Magnus inhabit the lands. Players will collect and raise the Magnus to aid them for travelling, fighting, farming, crafting items, and gathering resources. The developers Magnus Games have cited titles like Rune Factory, Digimon World, Fantasy Life and Monster Rancher as inspirations for Re:Legend.

Developers Magnus Games is looking to raise $70,000 SGD on Kickstarter, which is roughly $51,000 USD or $65,000 AUD in the next 30 days. As of the publishing of this article, they have already managed to draw in pledges for half of their goal. Steam copies of the game start at $30 SGD ($21 USD/$28 AUD) with PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch versions planned as stretch goals.

Along with the start of their crowdfunding campaign, Magnus Games had a massive announcement. The developers have been able to partner with three composers who have an even bigger name on their resumes, Final Fantasy. Shota Nakama (Final Fantasy XV), Yoshitaka Suzuki (Final Fantasy XIII-2, Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, Final Fantasy XV), and Falk Au Yeong (Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII) will be providing the soundtrack for the game. The music will be performed by the Video Game Orchestra.


Jamie is the Managing Editor at Capsule Computers and has covered video games and technology for over a decade. When not playing or writing about video games, he can be found studying law or nerding out on fountain pens and stationery.

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