Reward Tiers Part 2
Here’s Part 2 of our pledge tiers. Today’s tiers start from $350 and stop just before the $1000+ tiers. This group includes the first physical tiers and lots of new items.
$350 Limit 2500 HERO FOREVER - DIGITAL ONLY
MJ Notes: This tier has a 2nd digital copy of the game included with the pledge. That copy can be redeemed for Warrior level of perks. Think of his as a modified two for one tier but with the main account getting the superior benefits. This will always be the case unless specified within the pledge text.
MJ Notes: Not a lot to say about this tier other than it is the Phat Lewt physical tier that also comes with the three-year renewable subscription as some people have asked me to include.
MJ Notes: This is one of my favorite tiers as it has some new items added to the mix. The signed map and poster have been a highly requested item from players and with all the other stuff thrown in, it’s a pretty full tier.
MJ Notes: This early adopter tier is the first one that adds free expansion packs for Camelot Unchained to the purchaser. Between that and all the rewards from the Hero Forever tier, it’s another full tier. I also increased the number of “early adopter” units based on feedback I’ve gotten.
MJ Notes: MJ Notes: Like most of the early adopter pairs, this was the model for the tier which I then upgraded for early adopters.
MJ Notes: This is the first of three guild tiers. I truly have no idea how popular these tiers will be but I thought it was worth a shot. This tier comes with 10 total copies of the game and all the copies come with the Warrior benefits. The bonus Founder’s Points can only be shared by the owner of the pledge but the perks that come with the Warrior tier cannot be diluted by the owner. It will be interesting to see how many of these are purchased.
MJ Notes: This very limited tier has some new and cool stuff in it including the Rejected Art Book. Having the equivalent of outtakes for our art team makes it a bit more interesting than the standard art book. This tier also has some hand signed pieces of art as well as the IT access but with the testing requirement waived. My feeling on this was that if I didn’t give these tiers the earliest access to testing that would lead to disappointment and since this tier is very limited, it won’t have any impact on either our testing costs or expectations no matter whether people actually help us test during the IT access phase. On Friday we actually had the first test of some networked stuff that was quite fun and it will be in one of our update videos. I’m hoping that we will get some traction from all our IT testers since some of what we will be testing will be fun and not just the boring stuff.