Square Enix’s Collective program now open to developers

Publisher Square Enix has opened its new game-pitching Collective program to all developers after completing its pilot phase.

The scheme enables developers to pitch their game through the site and have their idea voted on by the community. If the idea is well-received, the publisher will then help the title gain funds through the Collective platform and crowdfunding website Indiegogo.

Pitches will be published every Monday once the first game ideas are submitted and approved. The first tile to successfully go through the pilot phase is Tuque Games’ World War Machine, which is set to begin a crowdfunding campaign at the end of April.

Develop has more details, including a detailed list of the submissions criteria.

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