Forged Chaos has posted on the Trials of Ascension KickStarter page that the fund raising initiative has been canceled. The project began on February 19th and to date had only raised $25,616 out of a hoped-for $600,000 to complete the game.
Forged Chaos has announced that the KickStarter campaign to fund the next stage of development has begun for Trials of Ascension. Last year, the team successfully completed its initial fund raising effort to bring a playable demo of ToA to the world. Having released the demo, Forged Chaos is ready to get working on the next phase.
This past weekend the crew behind Trials of Ascension did a live AMA where they covered a lot of information that hasn't previously been discussed. While the AMA was being streamed, it felt more like a developer play session that it did an AMA. The reason I say this is because the developers talked among themselves more than to the audience. But that's not a bad thing. As the discussion progressed they delved deeper into topics at hand, instead of providing simple short and concise answers.
Forged Chaos is celebrating the successful funding of Trials of Ascension by releasing a new video that shines the spotlight on all the things the team has been working on during the funding phase including the combat system, in-game item persistence and much more.
The Trials of Ascension team has sent word that it has posted a brand new video. In it, fans get a good look at the game via a combat demo utilizing what is called the "multi-motion action system". Developers also give fans an update on the progress being made in the technical demo being prepared.
Forged Chaos has steadily gained financial ground for its fantasy MMO Trials of Ascension, and is now looking toward its next four crowd-funding milestones. If reached, the next three goals will enable them to give players concept previews of the game's dragons and upon reaching the fourth, Forged Chaos will be able to assure the presence of dragons.
Forged Chaos has announced that its $40,000 initiative, "Light the Forge", has successfully been completed. The funds will assist the team to create a technical demo for the player-driven sandbox title, Trials of Ascension.
Welcome to the first installment of Back to Basics. For the next few months we're going to use this series to help explain some of the features and mechanics in Trials of Ascension. Throughout this series you'll notice that the mechanics / features we discuss will differ than what some people would consider "normal" in today's MMORPG market.
Once-stalled Kickstarter aspirant Trials of Ascension achieved new life this week when it collected $30,000 (75%)of its "Light the Forge" milestone. Developer Forged Chaos LLC has high hopes this will pave the way to a renewed Kickstarter campaign.
Forged Chaos has announced that its campaign to raise $20,000 to produce a tech demo and trailer for its upcoming sandbox MMO, Trials of Ascension, has been successfully funded. The goal of the program is for the dev team to create a tech demo and trailer for use in a KickStarter campaign to be announced at a later date.