To me writing fantasy is participating in a narrative tradition with roots in pre-modern times, and the narrative tradition I see myself as participating in a european narrative tradition, which is why I think setting the stories in pre-modern Europe makes sense. I try very much to make my story feel as if it is anchored in early medieval stories, and reinscribe this tradition into our time. So I don't think it can be overdone in that way. Though of course from the perspective of the reader, I do understand if they can become a bit fed up with the tropes and clichés of euro-fantasy, and begin longing for something new. Hopefully there are still ways to put in new elements and turns of story, into fantasy set in medieval Europe - I try to find them by looking at the old stories, and finding the elements that have been used less.