This week in MMO crowdfunding news, crowdfunding is dead. Just kidding. But a whole lot of you said you’re not planning on Kickstarting anything in 2016. We’ll see, won’t we!
This week, Crowfall delivered on its teases and revealed its crows and vessels system for account-based character development.
Meanwhile, Pathfinder Online might have a new investor, Project Gorgon delayed its latest patch for animal town, Spatium’s Kickstarter was unsuccessful, Life is Feudal patched in weather, Dogma Eternal Night forged onward, City of Titans hinted at 2016 testing, and The Repopulation rejected blame for the Hero Engine mess.
Check out the rest of this week’s MMO crowdfunding news below.
Spatium is a new MMO thing on Kickstarter, and while MMO Kickstarters are a dime a dozen these days, this one might just stand out from the crowd. As the game’s backstory makes clear, this isn’t a quest to save the world, or the galaxy, or the human race, but rather yourself.
Instead of killing, looting, and questing from zone to zone, the goal of Spatium is to collect materials, craft items, and “upgrade your space suit to be able to reach other, richer, planets.” It’s a voxel-based game, and it’s also the product of a one-man development team, so expect it take a little time. Developer Dominique Ramin Hummel is asking for approximately $17,000 USD, and expects to “start working on Spatium in January 2016.”