Indie MMORPG Scars Of Honor Begins 24/7 Testing And Launches $200K Kickstarter Campaign
Another indie developer is looking to bring back “the golden age” of MMORPG’s and is asking the gaming community’s support to bring their vision to life. Bulgarian startup studio Beast Burst Entertainment just kicked off a $200,000 Kickstarter campaign to fund the development of its flagship game, Scars of Honor.
“Our vision is to create a compelling virtual universe, filled with rich and diverse gameplay experiences and social interactions that will keep you playing for years, evolving along with you and the rest of the community,” says the studio. “We want our players to feel valued and have a true sense of belonging.”
Scars of Honor looks to be another World of Warcraft clone and comes with all the accoutrements of a classic free-to-play MMORPG and then some. That includes two warring factions, eight distinct races, 10 classes, an assortment of dungeons, interlinked crafting professions, mount breeding, player housing, and claims of a non-pay-to-win cash shop. It will also offer cross-play between its PC and mobile versions.
To help secure additional funds, Beast Burst will also be charging a monthly fee of €2.99 (roughly $3.22) for 24/7 access to the Scars of Honor test server, which just opened its doors yesterday. Monthly subscriptions are also available starting at €9.99 ($10.77) which guarantees access to all current and future cosmetic items from the cash shop, including sub-races and mounts, until you decide cancel your subscription of course.
Scars of Honor is scheduled to launch in Q1 2026.