Massive Chalice will be leaving Early Access for a full v1.0 release on June 1.
Massive Chalice is a turn-based strategy game from indie golden child Double Fine, first announced back in 2013 with a Kickstarter. Now, after two years, Massive Chalice is ready to leave Early Access with version 1.0 for Xbox One and PC.
"We're super happy to announce that Massive Chalice will be officially leaving early access and launching on June 1st, with the Xbox One version appearing around then too!" said Double Fine staffer Spaff in an official forum post.
"After many months of designing, building, reading through our early access feedback, and playing the game for hours on end, we're finally in lockdown. That means the team is in the final stages now; working purely on bug fixing, performance, and polishing things up, in between sending builds off to Microsoft for certification."
As well as all the bug fixes and polish v1.0 will have, it will also include a bunch of balance changes, controller support, and the special backer-only Relics.
"the team has spent a considerable amount of time rebalancing the game to be more fun, fair, challenging, or punishing, depending on how you look at it. Thanks to everyone who helped us with this fine tuning, we got some invaluable feedback from you guys," said Spaff.
So there you go. People were a bit worried when Double Fine took on not just one, but two Kickstarter projects, but now it seems poised to deliver on both games.
Source: Double Fine