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Vagrus - The Riven Realms continues smashing through their Open Access funding goals on Fig, this special hybrid of Crowdfunding and Early Access together seems to be paying off. This is where you can fund it, get access right away and all money goes towards specific features.

"Embark on a perilous journey across a realm forsaken by the gods and devastated by an arcane cataclysm. Accompanied by a hardy crew, you must trade, fight, and explore your way to success as the leader of a traveling company in Vagrus, an award-winning turn-based post-apocalyptic fantasy RPG."

Back in February, I wrote about how they were close to hitting $60K and now less than a month later they've smoothly sailed passed $70K. They're actually on $74,333 right now, which means they're less than $1K from hitting their "Open-world Prototype" item on their roadmap. This will give players a huge map to explore, new companions to find, 20+ new enemies and "tens of hours of story" which all sounds exciting.

Not seen it yet? Their original trailer is below:

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Vagrus is truly shaping up well, once finished I fully expect it to do well considering the awesome style to it. The world, the interface, the characters and enemies, it all looks supremely stylish and the writing is also quite fantastic. I really do struggle with narrative-heavy games usually, but Vagrus is something special being able to suck me in like it does.

You can wishlist it on GOG and Steam or fund it on Fig with at least $28 to get a copy right now while it's in development and all future updates.

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Tchey 17 March 2020 at 10:53 am UTC
I paid on fig months ago, and the part that truely inspire me is


Can’t wait to play this !
ThreeEightySix 19 March 2020 at 4:43 pm UTC
Three times now... three times... I've glanced at this headline while scrolling and thought the word "funding" was another f-word. Haha!
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