Obsidian’s Project Eternity has seen a great deal of hype and success already just by how many people have chipped money into the pot to see the game created. It was a Kickstarter darling, raising over $3 million towards the development of the game and, apparently, beyond. In a new interview with Obsidian’s Chris Avellone he discusses the grand vision for Project Eternity and how they would like it to expand well beyond just the first Kickstartered game and spawn a new series that would go on for the foreseeable future.
Their plan as of right now is to deliver Project Eternity and then be working on the expansion to Project Eternity right away, all while gauging the interest in future games in the series and how well the game is selling. They are hoping that by the time they’ve delivered the expansion for Project Eternity, all will be full-steam ahead for a sequel to the game and that they’d be able to continue on like this for as long as possible. This is good for fans of isometric hardcore RPGs, is it not?