Obsidian’s Project Eternity has become the most funded game ever on crowd-funding site Kickstarter.
With 10 hours to go, the game has accumulated $3,498,218 in funds, with nearly $100,000 pledged in the last seven hours alone.
Tim Schafer’s Double Fine Adventure had helped start the Kickstarter craze for video games; hundreds of developers signed up to the service after the game held the now-broken record of $3,336,371.
Elsewhere, Android-powered console Ouya is the most funded Kickstarter project of all time with $8,596,474 raised.
When factoring in the PayPal donations, Project Eternity has surpassed the $3.5 million mark, consequently resulting in Obsidian due to add a second big city to the game.
Project Eternity is due for a release during the first quarter of 2014.