It's been over a year since Obsidian Entertainment took near $4 million from PC RPG fans and started work on Project Eternity following a super successful Kickstarter campaign that asked for $1.1 million.
The studio tease a more comprehensive website design for backers of Project Eternity and the latest dev Q&A reveals the "ruined and restored" player estate, complete with amphitheatre!
The hedge maze and amphitheatre are mechanical upgrades that provide a boost to characters' stealth and intellect respectively, reveals the developer.
"Unbelievably, a year has passed by since we launched Project Eternity on Kickstarter, and a lot has happened. We’re almost to seventy project updates; we’ve made lots of levels, characters, classes, monsters, loot, and a whole lot more over the past year with more being made almost every day," said Obsidian's Darren Monahan.
Thecan be read on the official Obsidian Entertainment forums. Check out the player estate below.
One year since Project Eternity hit Kickstarter, player estate teased
30 October 2013 | By Simon Priest