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The Bardís Tale IV: Barrows Deep Wishlist Initiative

inXile Entertainment announces The Bardís Tale IV: Barrows Deep Wishlist Initiative, a marketing scheme they call "an evolution in the relationship between an indie developer and its fanbase." They encourage everyone to wishlist the upcoming RPG sequel on GOG.com or Steam, offering various tiers of incentive to inspire participation:
inXile Entertainment, the studio led by Interplay founder and industry icon Brian Fargo, is proud to announce The Bardís Tale IV: Barrows Deep Wishlist Initiative, an evolution in the relationship between an indie developer and its fanbase. In a project that is the first of its kind, gamers who wishlist The Bardís Tale IV: Barrows Deep on either the gameís Steam or GOG.com pages add to an overall counter that unlocks bonuses which reward all purchasers of the game now and in the future.

At 100k wishlisters, inXile will partner with Red Hook Studios to provide an in-game version of the iconic torch from Darkest Dungeon. According to Red Hook Studios Co-founder Tyler Sigman, ďDarkest Dungeon has its roots in classics like The Bardís Tale, so to be a small part of helping to bring the series back is a real treat for us as fellow game devs and especially as fans.Ē

At 300k wishlisters, the retail price will drop from $39.95/£29.99 to $34.95/£27.99.

At 500k wishlisters, two amazing tiers will unlock: first, the retail price will drop to $29.95/£24.99, knocking a full $10 off the original price. Secondly, a free DLC will be created and released for all game owners called ďThe Haernhold,Ē which finds characters adventuring in the dwarven realm of Kinestria.
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1. Re: The Bardís Tale IV: Barrows Deep Wishlist Initiative Aug 16, 2018, 19:51 Caladell
 
Weird, but interesting idea.  
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