Obsidian's RPG codenamed Project Eternity has made it big on Kickstarter. So big, in fact, that it's now the biggest game that's ever been on Kickstarter, with $3.5 million in funding -- I'm pretty sure publisher-funded budget games don't get that much sometimes, so...wow.
The latest figure slightly tops Double Fine -- the guys who popularized this whole Kickstarter game thing; somehow I don't think they're sour, though.
For receiving more than three times its initial asked funding, Eternity will receive player-run strongholds, two mega cities and one mega dungeon, more classes, modes, companions, crafting, and more.
Hit the source if you'd like to donate in the game's final hours.