Just saw the trailer, definitely want this game. Like others have noted I hope this comes on a disk.
It seems that whenever there is an announcement of an upcoming game there are several comments of this nature. For me, a "download" is just too intangible a medium to preserve a game I may want to replay years into the future, on machines that as yet don't exist. I still play older games such as Amerzone, the first two Draculas, and quite a few others that are over ten years old. (Still can’t gat Gabriel Knight III running on Windows 7, alas!) Unfortunately, I have no confidence in the likelihood of maintaining possession of that ephemeral download link for anywhere near ten years. And if the download site goes out of business or gets hacked and trashed (a real possibility at some point over a ten year span), I’m out of luck.
It would also seem to me that good games could go completely extinct in this way. A game is created and sold only via download. A few years later the downloading site goes defunct. The game author has gone on to other projects. No disks exist, and as computers are replaced, crash or whatever, the extant games will eventually just die out, and there will be no master copy to replace them.
I can’t imagine that it would cost that much to print up a hundred or so disks, and sell them, say at a $5 or $10 premium to those of us that have avoided buying downloaded games. From the comments like those above, it would seem that there is a sufficient market-share that would make this viable.