Competitive VR MOBA Cradle of Sins Kicks Off Kickstarter Campaign

U24 Solutions has announced that the competitive VR MOBA title Cradle of Sins has arrived on Kickstarter.

The developer has set a target of £20,000 on the crowdfunding platform, with the campaign set to end on November 27.

And the Kickstarter project has already earned £1,417 with the help of 31 backers at the time of this writing.

The Kickstarter campaign has several stretch targets in place, including PlayStation VR support at £60,000 and the addition of five-vs.-five competitive mode and fifteen playable characters at £100,000.

According to U24 Solutions, the plan is for the title to ‘plug the void’ in the VR eSports scene.

The first-person title has two teams of three compete in competitive online matches.

Cradle of Sins is scheduled to have a closed beta for all Kickstarter backers in December before arriving on Steam Early Access in January.

Should the title hit its PSVR stretch target on Kickstarter, then it will arrive on Sony’s VR device in Q3 2020.

U24 Solutions also plans for the title to release on HTC Vive, Valve Index and Oculus devices at the same time.

“The feedback from our closed Discord group has shown us that Cradle of Sins has the potential of being a competitive MOBA title,” says Steve Parker, the co-founder of U24 Solutions.

“We have a clear understanding of what the game needs to accomplish this goal.

“That’s why we launched this Kickstarter to gain the support needed to help us finish the game and bring something truly remarkable to the VR gaming community.”