Magnus Games has had its studio wiped out, but Re:Legend is still alive and well.

Equipment Stolen From Magnus Games’ Studio

Magnus Games has had its studio wiped out, but Re:Legend is still alive and well.

Magnus Games, the developer behind the upcoming life simulation and monster raising game Re:Legend, has expressed on Twitter that its Malaysia-based studio was broken into over the weekend and all the team’s PCs and additional equipment were stolen.

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A police report has already been filed, but nothing is known about the culprit(s). The team has claimed this is just a minor setback and no data was lost, as they had backup files on hand.

After an immense amount of support from fans through the Square Enix Collective, the Kickstarter campaign for Re: Legend began on July 26, 2017 and reached its initial goal of about $51,668 USD in under 18 hours. By August 25, the final day of the campaign, it had been 900% funded with over $465,000 USD from backers.

Re: Legend has a targeted release date of June 2018 on PC, with launches planned for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 some time later. It is currently unknown if the targeted release date will changed due to these unforeseen circumstances.


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