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That said, we definitely want to make the Chill products you want available to you! As such, if you want to add products to your pledge, you can! All of our products will be available through BackerKit, but if you want to pledge now which would be fine with me, since it gets us closer to goal!
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The Eternal Society Softcover: I'll be in touch with instructions on that after the Kickstarter ends. Looking at the rewards, you may notice that we're not charging for shipping during the Kickstarter.
This is because any money that comes through the Kickstarter is subject to fees, and we'd rather charge what shipping will actually cost rather than mark it up to compensate for those fees.
We will charging shipping through BackerKit when the books are ready to ship. If you look at the reward levels, you'll notice four Regional Coordinator levels: Indianapolis, Toronto, Milwaukee, and Columbus. I've used those cities because I know I'm going to be there for various conventionsbut let's say you aren't going to go to any of those cons, but really want to take advantage of the fantastic deal that the reward level gets you?
I'm happy to add a new reward level for Regional Coordinator: Just drop me a line and we'll discuss it.
This is all contingent on you living somewhere I can get to, but as any SAVE envoy knows, nothing is impossible. Backers of our previous Kickstarters might also note that I've raised the price on these. Everything is more expensive, including travel and art, and I need to keep up my margins. Here's where your money goes: You can see some of the artwork from Chill on this page, and we'll be hiring these artists again to help bring the dead to life.
Therefore, we need to allocate some funds to paying an editor. Part of the money raised with this Kickstarter will go toward a print run, both to fulfill the rewards for backers and to send to retailers. Paying for the license.
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Growling Door doesn't own the Chill IP, and part of the funds from this Kickstarter are going to satisfy our contract with Martin Caron. Any Kickstarted project carries a risk, one that I like to call "the flammable cat. Obviously, no actual felines were ever combusted not to my knowledge, anyway!
They're not anyone's fault - people get sick, have car accidents, relatives pass away, babies are born, and so forth - but they do slow things down. The trick to keeping things on track isn't to safeguard against the flammable cat.
No, the best plan is to have a fire extinguisher handy. To break the metaphor, what I mean by all this is that I'm sure something's going to go wrong or get delayed.
As such, I've built a lot of extra time into the schedule.
The text for Undead isn't finished as of this writing, but the authors have turned in first drafts and I'm in the process of getting them back for revisions. I have no doubt it'll all be done before it needs to go to press. We don't have all of the art contracted yet, but I have a number of artists lined up to work on the book, I know how fast they work, and we'll have plenty of time work with them even if something does go wrong in the interim.
It's also worth noting that we've licensed Chill from Martin Caron, and as with any licensed property we'll have a round of approvals. The terms of our contract, however, state that approvals have to be conducted in a timely manner, and I know from my interactions with Martin that he's just as keen to see this project realized as I am.
Interactions are deeper You can now interact with citizens in a way you couldn't before. From calling out to fellow riders to talking your way out of trouble with the sheriff, your actions have consequences.
It's up to you whether you choose to escalate or diffuse volatile situations, but negative actions could result in making enemies.
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Camp life is important Due to the Van Der Linde gang not being the friendliest neighbors, you'll often be forced out of an area and have to set up camp somewhere new. Camp serves as your gang's base, it's where you eat, sleep, play games, and perform chores. You need to pull your weight, fetching food and supplies to keep morale high. You can also take part in activities for fellow gang members which improve your relationship with them.
Variety of terrain With the open world deeper than ever before, there are plenty of different regions for you to explore including sprawling forests, scorching deserts, bustling cities, sheer mountains and mucky swamps. These areas are inhabited by appropriate wildlife, with alligators roaming the swamps and eagles circling mountain tops.
Weapons are more realistic and unique Each weapon has a unique characteristic and is valuable in different situations. You can customize each weapon down to the material used to craft the weapon and what type of ammunition each gun holds.
You also need to keep your weapons maintained, but if you use the same weapon long enough you'll become more efficient and effective with it. Before heading into combat, you need to stock up on the right weapons - your mobile arsenal will be carried around by your horse but you can only hold so many weapons at one time.
Choices include the Cattleman Revolver and Springfield Rifle, as well as the more potent Sawed-off Shotgun and Volcanic Pistol that you'll need for close quarters combat.
For hunting, you'll want to use the Varmint Rifle to keep hides free from big bullet holes, and the Double-Action Revolver makes a good riding companion due to its quick firing speeds. Speaking of quick firing speeds, Dead Eye mode is back and more brutal than ever. Befriending your horse is beneficial As you progress, your relationship with your valiant steed will blossom. The stronger the bond, the easier the horse is to control. There are also a wider variety of horses than before, with each horse having a specific purpose such as racing.
There's a new protagonist John Marston is no more. Red Dead Redemption 2 brings players a brand new protagonist called Arthur Morgan and the game will follow this outlaw and the Van der Linde gang as they rob and fight their way across America. That doesn't mean that John is entirely absent.
From trailer number three we've learnt that John is in the game, although how major a player he's going to be we're yet to see. Dutch is back The main antagonist from Red Dead Redemption showed his face in this game's second trailer which confirms he'll be back. Whether or not he'll be the same antagonistic force is unclear but we think it's highly unlikely he's going to be a force for good.
There's mention of "the sons of Dutch" in the third trailer, and while this is more than likely a reference to the familial nature of the Van Der Linde gang, is there a possibility Arthur Morgan could be Dutch's progeny? It has single player right now but multiplayer is on the way As you'd expect of a Rockstar game, Red Dead Redemption 2's vast open game world is the backdrop to a thrilling single-player campaign.
Though the first game followed the story of one man, that's not the the case with Red Dead Redemption 2. On the game's website, Rockstar has stated that the world of the single player campaign will "also provide the foundation for a brand new online multiplayer experience. We imagine the cooperative missions that involve heists, races, gangs and money making will transfer neatly over to the Wild West world of Red Dead Redemption 2. Finally, 'Money Grab' will be a heist-style mode where two teams will go head-to-head in order to collect money from a central location and return it safely to their hideout.
The report also says that, like Grand Theft Auto's online mode, Red Dead Redemption 2 will allow players to explore the game's open world, with rewards for completing tasks, activities to take part in, and upgradeable tents instead of apartments. It even suggests that there'll be a companion app launched with social features and a poker minigame a great way for players to increase their in-game funds without having to sit down and play the game.
Just be warned, however, Rockstar promises warns there will "be some turbulence at launch".