One week since its Kickstarter Campaign and the support for the Implosion: Zero Day Film has been truly inspiring. We previously mentioned that Rayark is working on an animated movie about Implosion, which will be a prequel to the events recorded in the game. This film comes after Implosion: Never Lose Hope has been purchased over 5 million times within approximately half a year only. The game is simply beautiful in every way you can imagine – graphics, story, gameplay, characters, and it just goes on and on. When we reviewed the game, it was actually one of the first games to get a 10/10 score. Now that we have a movie about the game, it is insane.
As of now, the Kickstarter Campaign has raised $399,202! This is brilliant as we want it to reach its goal so we can finally have this fascinating film in the making. The goal for this campaign is $400,000. We are certainly getting there, and if you wish to be a part of this Kickstarter Campaign, they certainly deserve the support. We are going to support them on our part because we want to see more of what they have done in Implosion: Never Lose Hope. You can click here to be redirected to the Kickstarter Campaign if you wish to contribute. The deadline for the Kickstarter Campaign ends on January 19, 2016.
Since this whole article is about the film, let us tell you more details about it. In the year 2169, the Earth’s population reaches a point beyond sustainability; Geopolitical tensions have increased over thorium-rich deposits, Pollution and Global Warming have rendered natural and renewable energy sources obsolete; and in the face of these apocalyptic repercussions, mankind looks to the heavens for hope. 9 years later, humans explore Quantum Drive Technology in order to find a new Earth that can sustain life. However, it appears that the tests done with this new technology has attracted an unknown enemy to planet Earth.
With three nations remaining on Earth, hope became more distant than it ever was. The conventional weapons used by humans has been ineffective in fighting the new enemy. In the face of these challenges, the Warmech Battle Suit program has been put in place in order to enhance the way humans fight. Yet in 2180, Earth falls and the survivors of the three nations escape to space as their last resort. With humans being alone in space, their chances for survival stands at 0.02% and with an evolving enemy on their tail, things become more and more gloomy.
The animated film will explain a lot of the background story for the game and even expand upon it. Implosion: Zero Day seems like a success already, especially that the campaign has thousands of backers. We want to share with you the background story for Rayark and its CEO because we found it to be truly inspirational in every meaning of the word. To read about how Rayark’s own story began, you can click here. You can check the trailer for Implosion: Zero Day below.