Classic Darkfall project continues license negotiations, plans alpha test

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A volunteer-led effort to restore the original version of Darkfall is moving forward as unspecified negotiations with Aventurine continue.

The Darkfall: Rise of Agon team announced that it will be self-funding the licensing costs while looking to the community for donations for the game’s development and operation. The alpha test will take place over four to eight weeks and be completely free to players, while the subsequent beta will be limited to backers only.

Big Picture Games said that the team is poised to get rolling once an agreement is secured: “Our game servers are taking shape in New York and our development team and engineers are eagerly awaiting for us to have the signed license in hand so that they can get to work on development.”

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