In my experience, I have found that a good way to get strangers on the internet excited about your project is to first demonstrate you have the ability to do actual work.
Looking back at your previous posts, I can't see any evidence that even one line of code exists for this game. Maybe I wasn't looking hard enough. I'm not calling you a liar, just saying I can't see any evidence of any skill. You say you quit your job to work on this game. Surely there is something you can show us?
My advice is to create the "minimum viable product" yourself and then make it freely available. Maybe a simple demo of how you envisage a core feature of the game, such as the crafting UI and basic mechanics? Make youtube videos demonstrating the feature and what plans you have for it. That will be the fastest way to generate buzz.
I feel the tone of this message is a little negative, but I'd be interested in seeing your game. Unfortunately I don't have a computer that's capable of playing even remotely modern titles. It can't even play Age of Empires 2 HD