PSA: Crowfall is retiring its current pledge packages on December 31

We can assure you with absolute certainty that after the end of this year, Crowfall will still be willing to take your money. But we can also assure you with absolute certainty that it will no longer reward your money after the end of the year with the game’s current pledge packages, which are being retired on December 31st. So if you want to give the developers money for these specific things? You should do that sooner rather than later.

Of course, lots of additional things are going to be happening with Crowfall next year, so if there’s a package that you’ve been eyeing, the case could be made that it’s a smart investment. Or you could just hold off until next year rolls around. Just don’t ask where the pledge packages went on January 1st; you’ve been warned.

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I haven’t heard the words “P2W” yet regarding Crowfall yet. Wonder if people have seen what they offer for the extra money.

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Siphaed

I used to say it all the time to were it was wearing thin. The problem is fans continue to decry that the Eternal Kingdoms has no effect on campaigns, so it doesn’t count as “P2W” for buying land, castles, and such with real cash at ridiculous prices.

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How exciting.