Death From Above Fully Funded On Kickstarter; Ukrainian band Antytila will compose the main theme
Today, the upcoming drone warfare game “Death from Above” from developer Rockodile Games and publisher Lesser Evil surpassed its funding goal on Kickstarter.
Backers exceeded the €25,000 needed for the campaign to be successful, bringing the total to €25,456 on kickstarter at the time of writing this, with seven days left until the end of the campaign.
The developers celebrated the result with the advertisement that the first target will be revealed soon. Funds provided by the Kickstarter campaign will pay for a custom intro and intro designed by Ukrainian artist Nazar Davydenko, soundtrack and voice-overs in Ukrainian, while enemy voices will be voiced in Russian.
Speaking of the soundtrack, also listen that the famous Ukrainian band Antytila will compose the main theme of the game. The song will also be available on streaming services like Spotify, Youtube, Apple Music, and Deezer.
You may know Antytila by his recent success”Bakhmut Fortress” or the seven albums that the band produced in their career since 2008.
The announcement came with a statement from the band’s leader, Taras Topolia.
“This is an interesting experience for us. In addition, our team loves computer games and understands how everything works, what a large community there is in this field in Europe and the world. It is important that European developers are ready to support Ukraine and, most importantly, the Ukrainian army in its own way. By playing this game, players will automatically support our defense complex! As for the song, it will probably be the “hardest” composition in our work and does not look like nothing to our previous ones. It may surprise our fans, but they will understand everything when they see this game and combine it with the sound. In the game, the song will be played in two languages, Ukrainian and English.”
death from above is coming to PC with a June 2023 release window. support the game on Kickstarter. Ukrainian charities drone army and come back alive will receive 30% of the net income of Steam sales and 70% after the game breaks even.
If you want to read more about the game, you can check out our interview with game director Hendrik Lesser.
Full disclosure: The author of this article backed the game on Kickstarter as soon as it became available.