"Our first game assets for crowdsharing is the Dungeon Kit used for the prototype we demonstrated during the RoosterTeeth eXpo earlier this month," stated the Kickstarter update.
It went on to advise, "Check out this Dungeon Kit video that our very own Tech Director Chris Spears put together (the video starts playing in the final minute to showcase the finished look of the assets; Reset the 6-minute video to the beginning for a more complete walkthru of the assets and how to use them in Unity)."
Players who didn't pledge enough can still get a chance at the pre-release Dungeon Kit. "There is still time to upgrade your pledge to Developer+ and receive these FREE Asset kits which can be used in your own personal or professional Unity projects," noted Portalarium, "There will be more kits coming, so it’s a great way to get your hands on some GREAT assets!"
Players can also purchase the Kit at the Unity Asset Store; the Kit will appear sometime this week. Expect it to cost in the $100-$150 range.