The newest in-game trailer for Project Eternity doesn't show a lot of gameplay but it basically shows the potential of the art and gameplay dynamicism within the Unity Engine. You get to see day to night light cycling, glow effects and water all running in real-time.
Obsidian Entertainment's PC RPG Project Eternity had an amazing month of fundraising on Kickstarter. The drive just ended with a total tally of $3,986,929 raised through the crowdfunding website.
Obsidian Entertainment sent out the first screenshot for Project Eternity, their upcoming PC RPG. It doesn't have any characters in it but gives us a good look at the world itself.
Obsidian Entertainment announced today that their throwback RPG will be running on the latest Unity Engine from Unity Technology. It's been a choice engine so far from a lot of the Kickstarter heavy-hitters due to its flexibility, top-end graphics capabilities and easy-as-pie porting options. So does this mean we could see Project Eternity on the Wii U? It's up to Nintendo.
You know that awesome upcoming party-based RPG from Obsidian, Project Eternity? Well that game was funded 100% from the community. Gamers wanted to see it happen and Obsidian wanted to make it happen. You know who else wanted to see it happen? Big publishers. In fact, they wanted gamers to fund the development of Project Eternity and then keep the rights and profits for themselves.
Obsidian Entertainment has officially surpassed their Kickstarter goal for Project Eternity, a project that had a massive goal of $1.1 million dollars. In just under two days the project hit its goal and it still has 31 days left to go. That's very, very impressive, showcasing that gamers really do want to see classic gaming make a return to the inner circles of gamedom.
Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Neverwinter Nights 2 and Fallout: New Vegas, finally announced that game they've been teasing. Project Eternity is an isometric, party-based PC RPG set in all-new fantasy setting.