Pathfinder Online MMO Reaches $1M Kickstarter Goal

Pathfinder Online has been successfully Kickstarted, with $1,091,194 pledged from 8,732 backers.

The campaign had six days to raise $350,000 more in funding to reach its $1M goal; not only did the team succeed, but Pathfinder Online is now the 10th most funded videogame project in Kickstarter history.

Developer Goblinworks describes Pathfinder Online as “a fantasy sandbox MMO” based on the Pathfinder tabletop game that “uses a unique process called “Crowdforging” to determine what features are implemented in the game, in what order.” A game promised to have no grinding, no player classes, and PvP that is “more than a gankfest,” Pathfinder Online is setting a high bar for itself; one I hope it can meet.

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2 Comments on Pathfinder Online MMO Reaches $1M Kickstarter Goal

Kevin

On January 15, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Here’s hoping they can succeed where pretty much everyone else has failed. Sandbox PvP normally devolves into a gankfest, or who can assemble the bigger zerg squadron.

Tommy B Rude

On January 17, 2013 at 7:46 am

No player classes is pretty ballsy, considering one of the things that makes Pathfinder so cool is the depth of it’s class options.