No Longer a Project of Eternity
Like many old-school developers before them, Obsidian Entertainment sought to take advantage of the golden green fields of Kickstarter back in autumn 2012, and had quite a bit of success. Raising nearly $4 million US dollars, Project Eternity's Kickstarter campaign was among the most successful at its time.
A year later, and here we are. The game is not nearly finished yet, but judging from the trailer embedded above, Obsidian are sure making progress. One other thing you'll notice, is that the game's working title Project Eternity no longer applies. The cocoon is open, and out of it comes Pillars of Eternity.
If you're a fan of old-school isometric RPGs like Baldur's Gate, Divine Divinity and Neverwinter Nights and you would love to get yourself help out but completely forgot about the Kickstarter, don't worry. Through the official site you are still able to pre-order the game, granting you access to a Steam version, Mac, Linux and even a DRM free copy.
Eternity is set to release sometime in 2014, so don't hold your breath just yet!