In the final hours of its Kickstarter, inXile, the developers of Torment: TIdes of Numenera have released a brand new piece of concept art.

The concept piece in question, shown above, was created by Nils Hamm and is meant to illustrate the male player character in the game. It is one of the very last bits of media that inXile has shown off during the last day of its highly-successful Kickstarter project.

As of this writing, the campaign has garnered so much support from fans that it has $3,988,673 out of its $900,000 goal. Wow.

On the most recent update, inXile's Brian Fargo talks about the phenomenon of crowdsourcing games like Torment: Tides of Numenera and how the success of games like his is helping to usher in a new era in the games industry.

"There is no way this game would have ever been funded without this new method of connection and without the passion of our backers who didn’t just donate but worked as a team to spread the word. You guys rock! The passion of the RPG gamer is like none other."

Even if you read this after the project has ended, check out the Kickstarter page to see the ridiculous amount of support its garnered and how many of its stretch goals have been achieved!