This week in MMO crowdfunding news, Elite: Dangerous launched the first chunk of its planned Horizons campaign, Albion Online celebrated 60,000 founders, and Ultima Online fans raced to raise Indiegogo fans to save one of the oldest surviving MMORPG fansites from auction. Educational pseudo-MMO Eco visited the white house and released its second alpha, and Gloria Victis continued tweaking its alpha combat balance.
Check out the rest of this week’s MMO crowdfunding news below.
Dogma: Eternal Night (Prelude Games Factory): Kickstarter ends December 24, 2015. Sandbox with gothic and punk atmosphere, vampires and other mystical creatures. One server, no classes or levels. Live events.
Gloria Victis (Black Eye Games): Open donations, no end date. Fantasy medieval setting with a classless system and unrestricted character development; realistic weather system. Greenlit on Steam. Recent news: Combat revisions, combat rebalance.
Fully funded campaigns
Ascent: The Space Game (Fluffy Kitten Studios)
Camelot Unchained (City State)
Crowfall (ArtCraft) – Recent news: Skill trees, siege warfare, advancement systems
City of Titans (Missing Worlds Media) – Recent news: Using government science for maps
Descent Underground (Descendent Studios)
Divergence Online (Ethan Casner)
Eco (Strange Loop Games) – Recent news: alpha 2, White House visit
Epic Space (EpicSpace.net)
Ever, Jane (3 Turn Productions) – Recent news: New beginner experience
Infinity: Battlescape (I-Novae Studios)
HEX (HEX Entertainment) – Recent news: PvE mode previewed
Novus AEterno (Taitale Studios)
Pathfinder Online (GoblinWorks)
Project Gorgon (Elder Game, LLC)
Pumpkin Online (Monique)
The Repopulation (Above & Beyond Technologies)
Shards Online (Citadel Studios)
Shroud of the Avatar (Portalarium) – Recent news: Story, R24 postmortem, music
Star Citizen (Cloud Imperium) – Recent news: Alpha 2, $100M mark, $10000 club
TUG (Nerd Kingdom)