After a failed Kickstarter campaign, Consortium: The Tower has finally achieved its funding goal of $300,000 on the recently launched Fig platform.
The campaign has only been running for a total of six days and reached its goal this morning. A good portion of the money thrown at Consortium: The Tower came from investors this time around, but a respectable amount of money also came from pledges as well.
From the press release:
“Getting this volume of support in such a short time has been truly humbling, and it’s clear that fans are as excited about the next game in the CONSORTIUM trilogy as we are,” said Gregory MacMartin, CEO, Interdimensional Games. “We’re striving to deliver the twisting, immersive game that fans desire, and can provide even more content through our upcoming stretch goals.”
The first stretch goal, at the $350,000 milestone, will introduce “Equipment Engineering,” which allows players to upgrade their Personal Containment Unit (P.C.U.) in The Tower to recycle materials and combine them to upgrade their equipment. Additional stretch goals will be revealed at a later date.
We’ll be sure to keep an eye on Consortium’s Fig campaign for the next few weeks as new stretch goals are potentially introduced if the game continues to acquire more funding. If you haven’t already, be sure to read our feature interview with the developers to learn more about Consortium: The Tower and its innovative take on story-telling.