Dark Souls The Board Game launched on Kickstarter last night, only to secure its desired £50,000 funding goal in just three minutes.
"Amazing guys! Funded in 3 Minutes!!!" an update posted by Steamforged Games said. "The journey has just begun - what an amazing start. Stretch goals update coming soon seems several have already been smashed!"
Funding is now over £450,000 with every chance more than £1 million will be reached when the campaign closes on May 26.
In case you missed it, Dark Souls The Board Game is described as a "strategically challenging, deeply immersive combat exploration game for 1-4 players set in the Dark Souls universe. Players choose from a number of core character classes and explore dangerous locations full of monsters, treasures, and deadly boss fights.
"Designed specifically for the Dark Souls universe and introducing a number of innovative gameplay mechanics, with world-class miniatures faithful to the rich universe, this game delivers an experience that captures the very essence of the original video games."
To win players must "explore dangerous locations, discover and defeat enemies, and collect equipment and treasures before ultimately facing the boss in an epic fight to the death."
The game is playable in Solo or Co-op modes, with players choosing their role from a number of core Dark Souls character classes. Each class has a distinct role to play in the game, with a unique set of strengths and abilities.
However, with the funding being so successful you can now add the following content to the base game:
New stretch goals will be unlocked every £20k until £500k is reaches, then a new unlock every £25k until £1 million. One future stretch goal will introduce a full expansion to the core KS pledge.
All this can be yours for £80 plus shipping.
All things going well the game should be in your hands April 2017, but this could obviously change. Refunds will be given if "for some unforeseen reason the game cannot be delivered at all".