While I can understand wanting to know about what you’re paying for before you buy into it, that you haven’t found anything is a good thing because if this leaked it would be much harder to later make the proper marketing push needed to sell the game, since all the news sites will say that it’s old news if there’s any public information about it.
Also, this isn’t really like buying a game anyway; at least in my case, I’m pledging to Sirlin’s Patreon because I’m a huge fan of his work and want to be able to support the development of more of his games, with the early previews of stuff that’s in development being a (fantastic) bonus.
It’s funny that you say this, because I’ve seen some people in the patron-only channel on Discord say that it might have the most mass-market appeal of any Sirlin game so far! I do agree that there’s still plenty of room to show your skill, though—this is still Sirlin we’re talking about, after all. GRAG in particular likes to say that it has the highest number of “miracles per game” of any game he’s played, with “miracle” here meaning a turn where you start out 100% convinced that you’ll lose and end that turn having somehow survived.