Brad McQuaid and Visionary Realms today announced the immediate launch of revised stretch goals for the upcoming MMORPG, Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen. The Kickstarter program launched early last week and quickly attracted an impressive number of supporters. At the time of that article Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen had attracted over $50,000 from 600 backers and just over a week later, it now boasts $181,000 from 1,400 backers – but it’s still quite a distance from the $800,000 funding goal.
“The community has been articulate with their thoughts on what we were
initially offering on our stretch goals. We wanted to take this
opportunity to listen to the feedback and elaborate on what we’re
planning to do with their pledges,? said Visionary Realms’ Chief
Creative Officer, Brad McQuaid. ?Especially when it came to
crafting-that was something we wanted to address immediately.?
also revised a lot of the general information presented in our
Kickstarter,? McQuaid added. ?We want to be transparent in our plans and
demonstrate our commitment to the community that shares our vision of a
game that features challenging, social experiences as its core tenets.?
It’s refreshing to see a developer taking feedback directly from its supporters and making changes part-way through its fundraising efforts and with the game currently on par to meet its donation amount by February 22nd, things are looking bright for the future of Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen.
Source: Press Release