Thu, Oct 11, 2012 | 19:58 BST
Project Eternity Kickstarter update notes new stretch goals, first environment shot released
Project Eternity’s Kickstarter page has been updated with new content, stretch goals, and the first environmental shot from the Obsidian RPG.
A new incentive has been added to the campaign in the form of a Campaign Almanac PDF.
It contains a “compendium of facts, figures, maps, lore and more about the world of Project Eternity.” Those who add $15 to their pledge will receive it, while those who pledge $50 or more will get it free.
More stretch goals have been announced: at $3 million strongholds will be added to housing and at $3.5 million another large city will be added.
There’s also plenty of lore attributed to the game posted on the page, which you will have to give a read.
The page also notes that Obsidian’s Facebook page is getting close to 20,000 “likes” and when it hits the “like” goal, another level to the Endless Paths mega dungeon will be unlocked.
Finally, Josh Sawyer talks about all the updates in the video below. We love his picture of PJ Harvey in the background.
Check out the first environmental shots below as well.
Project Eternity has received $2,633,242 in pledges from 56,490 backers.