One hundred and one days later

It's been one hundred and one days since we all shared a moment as the Torment: Tides of Numenéra Kickstarter campaign met its end. It doesn't seem like it was that long ago. I still remember reading all the updates they posted, I remember watching their celebration live stream, and I remember yellow shirt guy.

There is still quite a while to go until the game is released, but I'm certain it will be worth the wait. Why should we have any doubts, when we have a team such as inXile with the help of Obsidian (who are working on Project Eternity) and Monte Cook (the creator of the Numenéra setting) to make it amazing?

We here at Torment Guru are going to do our very best to keep you up to date and informed on the latest happenings in the Ninth World until and after the release of the game. Please like and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to be notified of future postings, and head to the Numenéra Wiki if you would like a look at what we know so far.

Until next time: here's some images of the writers at work!

Colin McComb, Monte Cook

Tony Evans, Shanna Germain, Monte Cook, Steve Dobos, Chris Avellone, Nathan Long, George Ziets

Chris Avellone, Nathan Long, Kevin Saunders, George Ziets, Colin McComb

"What does one life matter?"

P.S. In addition to the Torment Kickstarter campaign ending one hundred and one days ago today, the Numenéra one will have ended three hundred and three days ago tomorrow!


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