3, a true sequel to 2003 RTS Homeworld 2.Homeworld 3, which is in pre-production within a few months and is currently on Fig.com see is. This allows fans to invest in the development of this new title. At the moment, the money raised by Homeworld 3 is $ 1
With this step supporters can "get a backstage pass to influence the game's evolution and prove that the fanbase still demands Homeworld 3". From features to priorities to the contents of Collector's Edition, supporters will let their voices be heard.
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– Homeworld (@HomeworldGame) August 30, 2019
Fans can even get $ 500 / Share Investing and "Investing in a Fig Publishing, Inc. Investment That Achieves Returns Based on the Revenues generated by Fig Publishing The sale of Homeworld 3 as the game is developed and commercially released."  Homeworld 3 developer Blackbird Interactive was founded by original homeworld art director Rob Cunningham, and Gearbox Publishing will support this as well. Both companies previously worked at Homeworld Remastered Collection 2015 and Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak 2016
In our review of the Homeworld Remasted Collection, we stated that "Gearbox Homeworld paid the respect it deserves in this impressive relic-class upgrade RTS games.
In our review of the prequel game Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak we said: "Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak is a deep, exciting, varied RTS with the right tools. "
Homeworld 3 will be on the rise shortly after the end of Homeworld 2, delivering" best-in-class naval combat in 3D space "and also offering multiplayer options.
Although there is not much else As you know, Blackbird Interactive bitched that "The Hyperspace Gates opened and started a new era of space travel with them. The rest is coming … "
Homeworld 3 is expected to be released on at least one PC in the fourth quarter of 2022.
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