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Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire Raises 400% of Original Crowdfunding Goal

Obsidian Entertainment’s crowdfunding campaign for Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has ended with the developer reaching over 400% of their original goal. Over 33,000 backers pledged $4,407,598 towards the development of the RPG sequel. Obsidian updated the campaign to let backers know that the $4.25M stretch goal had been reached – meaning that players will be able to use a “sound board weapon” upon the game’s completion. Just how long will it take before that weapon becomes...

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Pillars of Eternity Sequel Reaches Funding Raising Goals Within 24 Hours

Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has reached its funding goals on Fig in less than 24 hours, raising over $1.1 million USD with the help of 9, 741 fans, Obsidian Entertainment announced this morning. Deadfire seers players return to the world of Eora, where players will explore the titular area – this time traversing a series of islands by sea and air in order to complete their quest to stop a resurrected Eothas. The god was thought dead at the...

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Fig Crowdfunding Service Opening Up To Smaller Investors

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Fig, the crowdfunding platform that apparently already existed prior to me writing this news story, is changing it’s rules in regards to crowdfunding and “investors”. Fig’s signature feature is that if a minimum of 1000 dollars is given to a campaign, one will share in a portion of the profits proportional to the amount put in. These “investors” as Fig calls them were only allowed to participate if they had a yearly salary of at least 200.000...

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