Crowfall reaches a funding stretch goal and aims for one last target
Back in November, Crowfall studio ArtCraft joined Indiegogo’s fledgling equity crowdfunding platform, which makes use of brand-new laws that allow non-accredited investors to invest in start-ups online. This is indeed investment, unlike the donation-based, Kickstarter-esque crowdfunding you’re probably used to as a gamer, though investors are purchasing preferred shares, which are relatively restricted in benefit and transfer power, and there’s no guarantee whatsoever investors will see a return.
Still, it’s ahead of the game’s persistent state, funding for ArtCraft is apparently doing fairly well at. The game has just managed to hit the 35% mark for how much can legally be raised under its newest crowdfunding push. Now the team is getting ready for one final push to 50%, with one last stretch goal for players.
Investors who back the company through this equity crowdfunding venture will receive a special land parcel that will never be available through any other means, allowing you to make a villa in the shadow of a collapsed statue. It’s definitely a conversation starter, and it’s available for everyone who invests if the 50% mark is passed, while backers who don’t invest will still receive some freebies. If that sounds like something you just can’t live without, perhaps you might want to invest a little money in the studio after all.