Fable Fortune Kickstarter axed, but development will continue

The crowdfunding push for free-to-play card game Fable Fortune has been cancelled.

But the game, from former Lionhead developers Flaming Fowl Studios, will still see the light of day.

In a post on the Fable Fortune’s Kickstarter page announcing the cancelation, the studio said that it had secured additional development funding.

Furthermore, the game will be launching on Steam, with a closed beta ‘as quickly as possible’.

The project launched in Kickstarter on May 31st. At the time of its cancellation, the game had raised 58,852 of its 250,000 goal.

Fable Fortune is another title in the increasingly popular digital collectible card game genre. As well as sector behemoth Hearthstone, from Blizzard, CD Projekt RED recently announced that its Witcher 3 CCG Gwent would be getting a standalone release. That’s on top of Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Legends game.

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