Chip Theory Games’ latest project, The Elder Scrolls: Betrayal of the Second Era, has already raised over $1.9 million on Gamefound with 23 days left to go. The game, which has a goal of $75,000, has quickly become one of the most successful tabletop game crowdfunding campaigns of all time.
Betrayal of the Second Era is a cooperative adventure game for 1-4 players that takes place during the events of the Planemeld. Players will control a single hero throughout the game’s three sessions, managing multiple skill lines and classes as they explore Tamriel and fight against the Order of the Black Worm.
The game features a heavy emphasis on character building, with experience points being handed out generously, allowing players to build interesting and unique characters. The game’s combat and character creation systems are inspired by Chip Theory’s award-winning title, Too Many Bones.
The game’s art is fully illustrated by Anthony LeTourneau and Federico Pompili, and the production is expected to be lavish, with beautiful stitched mats, custom dice, heavy chips, and PVC cards.
Betrayal of the Second Era is the most ambitious game that Chip Theory Games has ever developed, and the team is excited to share more with fans as the crowdfunding campaign continues. Interested players can sign up for email updates to stay informed about the latest news and updates on the game.
With the success of the campaign, it’s clear that fans of tabletop games and The Elder Scrolls series are eagerly anticipating Betrayal of the Second Era’s release. The game promises to offer a unique and immersive tabletop experience that captures the spirit of the beloved video game franchise.