Shadow of the Eternals Kickstarter relaunched, now for PS4

Precursor Games is once again attempting to crowd-fund Shadow of the Eternals, the spiritual successor to GameCube horror title Eternal Darkness.

The developer previously said it planned to launch another Kickstarter campaign after pulling the plug on the first one, which only raised $128,000 of its $1.35m target.

The new Kickstarter appeal has added PlayStation 4 to its list of potential platforms, providing funds raised reach an unspecified target, according to CVG.

"As Precursor Games is an officially licensed PlayStation 4 developer, we have added the next-gen console as a stretch goal," the company wrote on its Kickstarter page.

"Should we be fortunate enough to sufficiently exceed our target goal, we will work towards releasing Shadow of the Eternals on the PlayStation 4 platform. We hope that this is as exciting for potential PlayStation 4 buyers as it is for Precursor Games."

Precursor also revealed it is working with David Hayter, voice of Solid Snake, according to CVG. Hayter will play lead character detective Paul Becker, which the voice actor says "will be a blast as he is both complex and conflicted".

Shadows of the Eternals’ fundraising efforts have been troubled to say the least. Originally a independent appeal on Precursor’s website, the project met controversy over the T’s & C’s surrounding any donations.

Precursor then launched a Kickstarter, but warned that Shadows of the Eternals may never be released.

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