Crowfall Teases Teasers for “Massive” Update

Crowfall, a game still in development with over US $12 million in funding largely from its fans and prospective players, announced today that they would be releasing teasers every...
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Crowfall, a game still in development with over US $12 million in funding largely from its fans and prospective players, announced today that they would be releasing teasers every day next week, starting Monday the 8th, in a build up to a major announcement. Whatever the announcement is, it won’t actually come until the following Tuesday, May 16th. But Crowfall’s Creative Director, J. Todd Coleman, promises it will be “massive.”

Crowfall Teasers All Week Long

The ArtCraft development team is generally pretty prolific with their updates on the progress of the game, due in no small part to the avid interest and support from the game’s burgeoning community. They’re altering their regularly scheduled programming next week to make way for the daily teasers of this new update. Supposedly, the teasers will provide anyone following the game with some solid hints as to what the update might be.

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Fans can already relish in the first teaser, which comes in the form of the above concept art. This was included in the post on Crowfall’s website from Coleman, as well as in a post on Twitter from ArtCraft’s Dave Greco, Lead Artist for Crowfall.

The game has already generated a good deal of hype during its development for its incorporation of aspects across MMO genres, with what seems to be a heavy emphasis on crafting, and a unique PvP focus in the form of what the team calls a “throne war simulator.” The game is currently only in Pre-Alpha, and as such, is only available to a select few financial supports who serve as early playtesters. For more information on Crowfall, see the game’s official site.

 

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Daniel serves as the MOBA and Esports Editor for MMOExaminer and is a writer based in San Francisco, California. He enjoys games, music, film, certain television and theater. A former student of anthropology, he is fascinated by the intersections of culture, media and technology. He is perpetually in search of the perfect MMORPG, which may not actually exist.
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