Obsidian's Project Eternity is the most-backed video game Kickstarter
Double Fine Adventure previously held the record, having pulled in $3.33 million by the end of its pledge period. Now, Project Eternity has pushed past that total and currently sits at $3.46 million with more than 12 hours to go.
The game's project director Josh Sawyer recently told Gamasutra that the success of Project Eternity shows that making games as broadly-appealing as possible isn't necessarily the ideal strategy anymore.
[UPDATE: The Kickstarter has now finished, with a total of $3.99 million in pledges donated.]