Sat, Oct 06, 2012 | 21:13 BST
Project Eternity secures 52K backers, the Mega Dungeon grows, combat discussed
The Project Eternity Kickstarter page has been updated with more stretch goals and backer rewards for Obsidian’s RPG.
At the $50 tier and up, backers will now receive an exclusive backer pet for in-game cuteness. It won’t help you in battles, but will follow you wherever you go.
Those who donate at the $250 backer level will get a hardcover full-color Collector’s Book full of concept art, a monster manual, campaign setting information, and a special behind the scenes look at the making of Project Eternity.
Additionally, $500 backers and above will have their name and a personalized message posted on a memorial stone in-game. The message will be encoded into Glanfathan runes, and can be decoded using a unique in-game ring.
The game will also have mod support upon release, and mods will be downloadable through the Nexus Network.
“Our plan is to release our file-format information and expose as much of the data in the game as possible for you to extend and edit,” said Obsidian. “We traditionally do not ‘hard-code’ numbers so that our designers, and you, have the power to easily change and iterate on RPG data.
“We also plan on releasing localization tools to let communities around the world create localized versions for languages we are not translating Project Eternity into.
“As we get more familiar with Unity during production, we will be extending Project Eternity even more for mod makers. Look forward to announcements in the months ahead as we make further progress and can provide you with more information about tools and mod support.”
Since surpassing its stretch goal of 52,500 backers, the developer will now added on to The Endless Paths of Od Nua Mega Dungeon. The next level will be added at 55,000 backers.
Finally, Tim Cain has answered another Reddit Q&A where he discusses combat and other goodies in Project Eternity. The video is below.
With 10 days to go, Project Eternity has garnered $2,366,834 in pledges from 53,089 backers.