Pillars of Eternity Summary
Obsidian has released the second part of its documentary series, which looks at the creation and development process behind Kickstarter-funded RPG Pillars of Eternity.
Whereas thecovered Obsidian's financial troubles before the the initial idea for a crowd-funding campaign, this one covers the jaw-dropping success of Pillars' first few days on Kickstarter.
Tonight at 8pm GMT, the bold pairing of our very own Nick Horth and Chris Capel will be live-streaming some lovely gameplay from Pillars of Eternity, Obsidian Entertainment's contemporary ode to the Black Isle RPG's of yesteryear.
Well, that's your evening sorted then.
After being successfully funded viaback in 2012, classically inspired RPG Pillars of Eternity has just gone gold.
The announcement came from theof developer Obsidian Entertainment earlier today.
As its first foray into crowd-funding, Pillars of Eternity was always going to be an important title for developer Obsidian. A new documentary reveals just how important itswas.
In 2012 Obsidian had just had a major console project cancelled, and if the team couldn't think of something to replace it fast, the studio was staring closure right in the face.
It might no longer be using therules, but that doesn't mean Obsidian's upcoming fantasy RPG Pillars of Eternity is going to be short of dragons. Far from it.
In aon the game's forums we get to take a look at the various dragonkind we'll be slaying and looting when Pillars launches later this month.