"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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