Hidetaka “Swery” Suehiro’s Kickstarter campaign for The Good Life has reached its target, and the Deadly Premonition creator has added a Switch port as a stretch goal.
The campaign was relaunched last month after the initial campaign to get the game funded failed to come to fruition. Swery announced that it had hit the Kickstarter goal of 68 million yen / £456,000 / $650,000 last night, and tweeted the news along with plans for a Nintendo Switch port as the first stretch goal.
The Good Life was first announced last year, as an RPG that sees players take the role of New York photographer, Naomi, trying to solve the mysteries of an English village. The character can also turn into a cat or dog during the night to access certain areas.
The campaign has 38 hours left and you can show your support by heading over here and making a pledge.
The Good Life is being developed for PlayStation 4 and Steam. If it reaches its stretch goal of 88 million yen / £590,000 / $800,000, Nintendo Switch will be added as a supported platform.
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