It’s funded, you could say.
The Dark Souls Board Game got funded, to say the least. Meeting its original goal of $70,000 only three minutes after opening back in April, the Kickstarter closed today at a humble £3,771,474, or roughly $5.4 million.
Tabletop maker Steamforged Games will be creating the board game in partnership with Bandai Namco. “A heartfelt thank you from everybody at Steamforged Games Ltd.,” the company says in their latest update. “We’ve thoroughly enjoyed this campaign and look forward to keeping you all in the loop as the game progresses. We are honoured to have your support and to have spoken with you all in the comments and via the inbox.”
Steamforged Games is also unlocking all stretch goal rewards, even though the Kickstarter did not meet the final £4 million goal mark. That means every expansion is going forward, including an Iron Keep expansion complete with Mimics and Crystal Lizards. You can check out the stretch goal additions included in player pledges below.
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