Our Kickstarter campaign for Tomb Raider: The Dark Angel Symphony has gone live and is now open for people to pledge towards our funding goal. You can watch the launch video, featuring Peter Connelly, where he showcases the physical pledge rewards and talks in detail about what backers can expect from the music.
Tune in to our Facebook, Twitter or YouTube to watch our Kickstarter Reveal video 8:55AM UK Time! Be the first to learn about all the work behind the project and see some of the pledges showcased by Peter Connelly himself!
Tomb Raider: The Dark Angel Symphony Kickstarter campaign has insisted on pledge rewards that are designed and handmade by the fans, for the fans. Today we’re lucky enough to have a sit down with artist and sculptor Matt Chrich (aka @punkkmunkk), as he discusses more about his art and his involvement with the Dark Angel team.
She is best known for her soloist vocal work on triple-A gaming titles such as Horizon Zero Dawn, World of Warcraft: Legion (plus many other famous titles by Blizzard Entertainment), Riot Games’ League of Legends, and more.
Today we sit down with Dark Angel artist Inna Vjuzhanina, to discuss her artistic direction for the project, her love of Tomb Raider, and how she goes about producing art from inspiration to final brush stroke.
Tomb Raider: The Dark Angel Symphony has been in development for about two years. This project is – uniquely – driven and arranged entirely “by the fans, for the fans” and sanctioned by Square Enix Europe and Crystal Dynamics.
Tomb Raider: The Dark Angel Symphony will treat fans to the finest musicians, sound engineers and arrangers in the world: