Looks like game developer Kefir may have future titles built using the free and open source Godot Engine, as they've given them a grant of 120 thousand dollars (USD).
Announcing in an official Godot Engine news post, Kefir who created titles including Last Day on Earth, Grim Soul and Frostborn are currently prototyping with Godot:
Many thanks to the Godot team for their incredible contribution to game development. It's a great honor for us to provide a little help in this grand endeavor. And we are always ready to support powerful, cool, and unusual games and teams, regardless of their platform, tools, and stage of development.Alyosha Stalin, Chief Business Development Officer, Kefir
Really amazing to see the improvements and backing for Godot Engine across the last year.
Since Godot Engine is not run for profit (like Unity, Unreal, Game Maker and others are) any funding given to them is handled by the Software Freedom Conservancy. This ensures all funds are handled properly, and that it all goes towards furthering development on it. All work done, including when paying contributors is under the MIT license.
Hopefully more developers will continue picking up Godot Engine!