Project Eternity Hits First Kickstarter Strech Goal, Adds New Race

It’s been a mere four days since Obsidian Entertainment started the Kickstarter campaign for its new PC RPG, Project Eternity, and already the game is more than funded — it has hit its first stretch goal.

At the $1.4 million mark, Obsidian is throwing in an additional playable race, class and companion. You’ll have new options in character creation, as well as a companion in the new class as well.

As of this writing, Project Eternity is at around $1.592 million in funding, which puts it awfully close to the next stretch at $1.6 million. If Obsidian gets that, it’ll be adding a Mac version of the game at launch, plus more story elements. Here’s a quote from the Kickstarter page:

“We’re also going to add a new major storyline along with new quests, locations, NPCs, and unique loot (special histories everyone?).”

You can find the Project Eternity Kickstarter page right here. Are you funding? Let us know in the comments what you think of Obsidian’s plans.

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2 Comments on Project Eternity Hits First Kickstarter Strech Goal, Adds New Race

Kevin

On September 18, 2012 at 3:43 pm

Donating with next paycheck.

Huge Obsidian fan from the beginning. really looking forward to this.

Amagoi

On September 18, 2012 at 8:40 pm

Not a big Obsidian fan personally, but I’m pretty interested in this. I would donate, but the fact remains we still don’t know what Eternity is about. As the goal was already reached, you’d have to have a lot of goodwill and trust in them to keep putting in money