May 25, 2017 Last Updated 3:32 PM, May 24, 2017

Ashes of Creation Fully Funded in Under 12 Hours

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$750,000 Pledged by Community in Record Time - Stretch Goals Revealed

Ashes of Creation and the team at Intrepid Studios have reached their Kickstarter goal! As of this writing, over $800,000 has been raised by the thriving MMORPG community. And while the Kickstarter Campaign has fully funded its goal of $750,000, the game is still afoot with more goals to hit.

Intrepid Studios today revealed the Stretch Goals for the remaining weeks of the campaign, including Games of Chance, Group Mounts, Naval content, and more! Take a look in the below image:

Just because the project is funded, does not mean Intrepid are done.

There's a long road to release, and during the campaign the studio will be hosting events, doing live broadcasts and talking with fans about the upcoming MMORPG revival. The Alpha and Beta stages are just months away, and pledging can claim guaranteed access to both.

You can find the Kickstarter campaign HERE.

You can find our KS Launch video HERE.

About Ashes of Creation

Set in a fallen fantasy world untouched by civilization for thousands of years our players will rebuild, repopulate, and rediscover this uncharted realm. Our world is ever changing with ruins, beasts, and cities that rise and fall. Weaved into a progressive character system where players hold all the power, the fates of creation are yours to command.

Visit the official website.

About Intrepid Studios

Intrepid Studios is an independent game company located in sunny San Diego, California. Staffed by veterans of the MMO industry, represented by legendary titles such as EverQuest and EverQuest 2, Star Wars Galaxies, Planetside 2, Call of Duty, and the X-Com series.

Read about the team here.

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