The development team at Salix Games has decided to cancel the Kickstarter campaign for mystery-adventure title Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death.

Crowdfunding for Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death began on October 25, and was originally scheduled to end December 9. However, after raising only £20,697 of a £40,000 goal, the team chose to end its campaign one day early, rather than continue to accept donations. An announcement on the Du Lac & Fey Kickstarter page expresses the team’s remorse regarding this decision, stating, “it was our hope things would pick up in the remaining days, but after much consideration it is clear we will not reach our goal within the remaining time.”

The Salix team wants gamers who have followed Du Lac & Fey since its announcement to know they should not despair because the game will see release  in July of 2018 despite this setback. “We stated from the beginning we have the funds to finish the game and this is still the case,” the statement says. “Production is going strong and we will release next year on PC. With regards porting to console, we will now be considering other financial opportunities.”

“We are more determined than ever to make this game a success.”

Du Lac & Fey: Dance of Death was revealed on October 7, 2017, and was subsequently featured in OnlySP’s Indie Highlight Reel. Placing gamers in the shoes of Arthurian immortal Sir Lancelot du Lac and his companion, cursed sorceress Morgana Le Fay, the game centers around the infamous Whitechapel Murders of 19th century London. Together, knight and witch hunt down Jack the Ripper, exploring the smog-shrouded streets of Victorian London.

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Jennifer Anderson
Also known as Twist, Jennifer is a gamer, author, and digital artist who spent the early days of her childhood beating her stepfather's friends at Space Invaders and Pole Position on a beat-up Atari console, after which they would promptly complain to her mother. Now a competitive Diablo 3 player, she splits her time between writing, loving her dog Emmie, and putting her monk through nephalem rifts in a quest for the top spot on the seasonal leaderboards.

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