If you've been waiting to partake in that campaign, it's live right now. This time the studio is seeking US$300,000 (which is roughly the same as the Kickstarter goal in Canadian dollars), and it has already raised $124,023 with 34 days to go.
The Tower is a follow-up to the original Consortium, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter back in 2013
Summerfall Studios co-founders David Gaider and Liam Esler took to Twitter to announce that they're moving their upcoming crowdfunding campaign from Kickstarter to Fig following an apparent anti-union stance that has developed at Kickstarter.
Fig, the crowd funding platform know for Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire, Phoenix Point and Wasteland 3, has acquired UK based blockchain development company Ownage, to build an open, decentralized platform for digital publishing.
Consortium: The Tower is now available on Steam Early Access. The developers confirmed that they'd like to allow modding.