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With 4 days to go and about $400,000 left to raise, it doesn't appear that Pantheon: Rise of the Fallen is going to hit its goal on Kickstarter. Has this dissuaded Brad McQuaid and his team? Not in the slightest. The latest update posted to the campaign acknowledges that the project might not make it over the finish line, but there are plans in place for funding even if the game doesn't draw in quite enough before Saturday.

Once the funding campaign wraps up, supporters will be able to pledge money directly to the game via PayPal, along with subscribing to the site at various tiers for more site functionality and features. No word on the costs of these subscriptions yet. So if you're deeply invested in supporting the game even if its first funding push doesn't go through, you should keep your eyes open for how to give the developers money directly after the end of the Kickstarter.

This article was originally published on Massively.
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