Obsidian Entertainment's Project Eternity Meets Funding Goals
The Kickstarter funding goal for Project Eternity has been met.
Obsidian Entertainment's newly launched Project Eternity RPG has just met its funding goal of $1.1 million since going live yesterday. Described as a party-based RPG with old-school elements, the new game is the first ever independent intellectual property developed by the studio, which was responsible for numerous RPGs including Fallout: New Vegas, Knights of the Old Republic, and Dungeon Siege 3.
The makers of the new game have their roots in classic titles like Fallout, Planescape: Torment, Icewind Dale, and many others. The studio says that it aims to recapture the core dynamics of those old titles featuring a central hero, memorable companions, and epic exploration, all of which will be tied in with the emotional writing and mature thematic content of Planescape: Torment.
Like most of their previous games, Project Eternity will feature a real-time with pause tactical combat system and put players in control of a full party of characters.
You can follow the Kickstarter and pledge your support to it here.