Project Eternity, developer Obsidian Entertainment's Kickstarter-funded role-playing game, is headed to Good Old Games via a public exchange negotiated on Twitter this morning.
Project Eternity, developer Obsidian Entertainment's Kickstarter-funded role-playing game, is headed to Good Old Games in a DRM-free format, Obsidian announced in a Kickstarter update.
"You asked and we are delivering," reads an update on Project Eternity's Kickstarter page. "In conjunction with GOG, we are going to offer a DRM free version of the game for our Kickstarter Backers. When the campaign ends, you will be able to choose whether you would like a key from GOG or Steam. For our Mac friends, we are still working on a DRM free option, since GOG does not currently support the Mac."
Both parties teased the deal this morning beginning with a tweet from GOG directed at Obsidian's official Twitter account. Attached to the tweet that read only "???" was a photograph of the game's Kickstarter page on a computer monitor. On the monitor was a post-it note with a question mark and a GOG sticker. In its reply, Obsidian tweeted "!" and attached a photograph of a post-it note with an exclamation point stuck to a monitor, the Twitter equivalent of a handshake.
Obsidian's Project Eternity made news earlier this week by reaching its funding goal on Kickstarter goal just over 24 hours after launching the project.