ArtCraft has released a video showing a significant graphical upgrade to MMO-in-development Crowfall. Whereas the game was bright and colourful, now there's more atmosphere, fog and mood.
Crowfall, a massively-multiplayer PC game with bags of potential, has returned to crowdfunding to raise more money. But this time things are different: this time you can invest directly into ArtCraft, the company behind the game.
20 weeks after its Kickstarter campaign ended, PVP MMO Crowfall is playable courtesy of a Hunger Dome elimination deathmatch module. And as there's no NDA (non-disclosure agreement) in place, videos and screenshots of the action are, and will increasingly be, available.
A month later, the Crowfall Kickstarter campaign has ended and it has been a resounding success.
UPDATE 27TH FEBRUARY: Ding! In three days Crowfall has surpassed its Kickstarter goal of $800k. It's not far off the pace set by another Kickstarter MMO, Camelot: Unchained, which eventually finished with $2.2m. As the makers of Crowfall mentioned below, in this piece, they'd be happy emulating that.
There's something interesting going down in massively-multiplayer land and it's a game called Crowfall.