Time for stretch goals.
The campaign still has 28 days left to raise more funds and complete stretch goals. Developer Obsidian Entertainment revealed the first stretch goal is sub-classes in the game, which will unlock at $1.4 million. Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is scheduled to release in 2018 for PC, Mac, and Linux.
Fig is a crowdfunding service, like Kickstarter, where anyone can pledge any amount of money towards the development of a project. Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart also serves on the Fig advisory board.
Unlike Kickstarter, which Obsidian used for the first Pillars of Eternity, Fig allows almost anyone to invest a large amount of money and receive shares. Investors can make the money back through revenue if the project is successful. Fig breaks down how investing in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire beyond the small pledges works here.
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