Project Eternity Kickstarter Breaks Record for Most Funded
Obsidian Entertainment’s Kickstarter campaign for its upcoming isometric RPG, Project Eternity, has become the most-funded campaign in the service’s history at $3.56 million as of this writing — even surpassing Double Fine’s record-setting Double Fine Adventure.
The campaign ends tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. Pacific, if you want to throw additional money Obisidian’s way. The developer has earned so much, it has hit all kinds of stretch goals, including adding new classes and a player-owned stronghold that allows you to control it and its surrounding lands. By comparison, Double Fine’s Kickstarter wound up at $3,336,371
Obisidian added one last stretch goal for the $3.5 million mark: the addition of another giant city to the game. Here’s the description of what the stretch goal includes:
“Baldur’s Gate and Athkatla are big cities. Spanning multiple large maps with a ton of interiors, characters and quests, big cities are a lot of fun. Like strongholds, they also take a lot of work to do well. We’re going to have one big city in Project Eternity. Would you like two? If you take us on an exciting adventure to $3.5 Million, we will take you on an exciting adventure to another big city.”
You can find the Project Eternity Kickstarter page here.
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