Update #11 - PvP Tournament Video, Support from makers of Gothic, Pre-alpha Keys and Referral system!
Welcome, dear spectators!
The time has come to begin the long awaited Knight Tournament! All the brave contestants have gathered on the arena before the king himself and his ladies. They will spill the blood for the title of the bravest and fittest knight of the whole Kingdom! Today we will see the fight between the three most skilled warriors from the Kingdom of Nadra. They say they are called: Roderick of Edynbergen, Mahnahmuhnah of Ortos and Dahrrr of Arbaden
The video will present the solution and first tests of the PvP system on the arena created especially for that purpose. You can also see blow sequences and combos used by the fighters during the tournament. And don't forget the lively audience!
In the incoming updates we'll show you the how the combos work in more detail
Today we'd like to announce that we have received an official support from Steffen Ruehl responsible for the plot in Gothic 1 and Kai Rosenkranz who was the sound engineer and composer for Gothic 1-3 and Risen. We've began the cooperation with their company "Nevigo" in connection to the plot and database solutions called Articy:draft.
In addition we have added pre-alpha keys to our awards!
If you make a sufficient plegde you will be granted access to the pre-alpha version of the game. Your adventure will begin around three months after the end of the Kickstarter campaign. Additionally, you will be given access to our private testing forum where you will be able to directly influence the development of the game.
We would like to announce you to our reference system!
Reference was made to the system by which you will be rewarded for helping us promote our project! If you introduce someone to our Kickstarter campaign and they decide to back us, then you will receive Amber Points equal to half of the amount of their donation. Just make sure that your friends send us a message telling us who referred them. The maximum Amber Points you can receive for a single reference is equal to the number of points you received from your donation.
For example, if you made a donation of £55 and are set to receive 300 Amber Points then this is the maximum amount you can gain from a single reference.
Kickstarter provides us information of how a person came across the page so if you manage to spread the word around on some forums then we can arrange the reward for anyone who donates through that kind of reference.
Help us make the world know about our game!