The campaign for the desktop RPG game adapted from Avatar: The Last Airbender and Legend of Korra has been so successful that Magpie Games has no goal left unreached on Kickstarter.
picture of the game Kickstarter Supporters of Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game recently reached the $5 million goal. At this point, Magpie Games got into a strange situation because there was no longer a goal to reach and offer anything in return. The company is currently trying to create a phase to get more funding for the game. It will also inform the fans about the developments in this direction.
Magpie Games’ description is as follows:
“As we mentioned earlier, we are working on new targets. This is an important process and takes time. Viacom is working with us to speed up the process. However, it normally takes more than 10 days.”
“We’re so happy you’re with us! Our new target will be 6 million. We’ll let you know as soon as details emerge. Until then, stay with us.” (After making this statement, the company quickly exceeded this figure as of today)
As MRT previously wrote, the Avatar Legends Kickstarter campaign started on August 3 and reached its initial funding goal of $50,000 in 16 minutes. After raising $1 million in just the first day The game had become the largest desktop RPG campaign on Kickstarter. In its first week on the platform, the RPG beat the funding record for Matt Colville’s Strongholds and Followers. This game raised $2.1 million in 30 days in 2018.
Avatar Legends has crossed $6 million as of now. The game will stay on Kickstarter until September 3, who knows how much more they will raise…
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