As the campaign came to an end Dark Souls the Board Game quickly became on of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns ever, raising a total of over £3.7 (around $5.4) million on the crowdfunding platform.

This funding came from a total of 31,178 backers, who pledged £3,771,474 to bring the board game to life, which is huge considering the campaign was originally only looking for £50,000.

During this time, backers have unlocked a wealth of stretch goals, expanding the game with more content, figures and packs.

Once launched, the board game will be a combat exploration game set in the Dark Souls universe for a total of 1-4 players.

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Dark Souls the Board Game will begin supping in April 2017, but don’t worry if you have not backed yet, as Steamforged are offering backers to chance to back after the campaign has ended on their website.

You can find out more about that at the source link below.

Source: Kickstarter

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