Obsidian hopes to have next Kickstarter before end of year

Obsidian's Project Eternity Kickstarter ends today 9pm ET
Obsidian still needs to solidify its plans for another Kickstarter, but the RPG studio is gathering its armies for its next crowdfunding quest.

"My hope is that we'll get one going before the end of the year," said Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart to CVG. "I think we've got a good idea. I'm not going to share anything, but a few times in my career I have these things where I say, 'hey, that's a cool idea!' and I've generally been right. So I think this one's going to be a cool thing."

Obsidians' Project Eternity, now known Pillars of Eternity, collected $3.9 million in loot back in 2012. The game currently has a launch window of winter 2014, missing its intended April launch. It'll certainly be interesting to see if Obsidian can repeat its previous success or if backers have gained a +2 helmet of skepticism.

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This article was originally published on Joystiq.