Obsidian's Project Eternity RPG fully funded

Fallout developer's isometric, party-based PC role-playing game surpasses $1.1 million target in just over a day; stretch goals scaling up to $2.4 million revealed.

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Obsidian Entertainment's Kickstarter campaign for an isometric, party-based PC role-playing game has been fully funded. The crowd-funding effort for Project Eternity reached its $1.1 million target in just over 24 hours, and currently stands at over $1.5 million from more than 39,000 backers.

Fully funded.
Fully funded.

Now that the campaign's funding target has been reached, Obsidian has laid out stretch goals for Project Eternity. If the effort hits $1.6 million (which it is quickly approaching), Obsidian will offer a Mac version of the game, as well as a new "major" storyline with quests, locations, NPCs, and loot.

If the campaign hits $1.8 million, Obsidian will add a new playable race, class, and companion to Project Eternity. At $2 million, the developer will create in-game houses for players to customize and store equipment in. If the effort hits $2.2 million, Obsidian will add a new region, faction, and companion, and will create a Linux version of the game.

Lastly, Obsidian said if the crowd-funding campaign for Project Eternity hits $2.4 million or more, additional features will be added, though these were not specified.

In addition to Obsidian's Project Eternity (still a working title), the developer is at work on March's South Park: The Stick of Truth and a game based on Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time fantasy series.

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