Paradox is crowdfunded RPG Pillars of Eternity on the market




Publisher Paradox goes to the developer Obsidian Entertainment crowdfunded RPG Pillars of Eternity on the market. Publisher and developer hope the RPG coming winter is in the shop. Obsidian maintains control over the content of the game.

Although Obsidian Entertainment was planning to bring Pillars of Eternity in-house market has still a deal with Paradox, that care is care of it in the store laying the physical copies from the RPG, which formerly was known among the working title Project Eternity. In a faq about the deal both parties emphasize that the agreement does not affect the previously announced plans Obsidian had the crowdfunded RPG. So Paradox not involved in the development, Obsidian keeps the rights to the game, stop the publisher no money in the development and gain fans that the Kickstarter collection for Pillars of Eternity supported just their promised gift.

Obsidian, known as the developer of Fallout: New Vegas, Dungeon Siege III, and earlier this year the South Park: The Stick of Truth, announced in September 2012 that it wanted to bring an old-fashioned RPG on the market under its own management. With a collection via Kickstarter and its own website, the studio was able to get within one month, more than $ 4 million in a record time. With that money, the studio wants to make an RPG in the style of classics like Planescape: Torment, Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale. The game is not based on the famous Dungeons & Dragons rules. Obsidian makes the game using the Unity engine, Windows, OS X and Linux, and hopes to have. Finish the game for the New Year


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