Though 2017 was a big year for console releases, PC RPGamers also received plenty of games to enjoy. One such title was Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin II, which receives a slightly belated review.
Divinity: Original Sin II
RPGamer that were waiting to play Divinity: Original Sin II on iPad can now do so. The iPad version includes all of its currently available DLC as well as two-player local co-op.
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During Apple’s WWDC, Larian Studios revealed an iPad version of Divinity: Original Sin II. The new port is being worked on with Elverils, which helped create the 2019 Mac version of the game.
Some new content has been added to Divinity: Original Sin II in the form of the Four Relics of Rivellon. Menawhile, Larian Studios announced a graphical novel based on the game, telling the origin stories of its six party members.
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Those wanting a physical Nintendo Switch copy of Divinity: Original Sin II will soon be able to order one. Larian Studios has teamed up with Limited Run Games for the edition.
Nintendo held a Direct presentation today chock-full of RPGs. Headlines include Switch versions for Xenoblade Chronicles, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, and Divinity: Original Sin II, plus a release date for Game Freak’s Little Town Hero, a new demo for Daemon X Machina, and some more Pokémon Sword and Shield features.
Mac gamers can at least get their hands on Divinity: Original Sin II. The Mac version supports a couple of the OS’s extra features, and can cross-play with those on PC.
The ever-popular Divinity: Original Sin 2 will be coming to the Mac in early 2019. Players will also be able to do cross-platform play with those on Windows.
Console RPGamers can finally return to Rivellon as Divinity: Original Sin II releases on PS4 and Xbox One. A new launch trailer gives a hint at the world’s current, less-than-ideal state.
Anyone left on the fence about this whole Divinity: Original Sin II thing need look no further. After this newest trailer the only thing between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners and this game is the two week wait,
Pre-order bonuses rarely feel like something meaningful but most of them don’t let players get into a game early. Larian Studios is allowing that, at least a little bit.
When a game allows one to talk to animals don’t be surprised when a squirrel shows up as a potential party member. Just remember to watch underfoot.
Larian Studios’s Divinity: Original Sin II is coming to consoles soon, with a host of improvements, some fine-tunings, and even a concession or two. Giving the game a new coat of paint will also make it the perfect entry point for newcomers.
One of the best RPGs of 2017 is heading to an all-new audience at the end of the summer. We got a chance to talk to Larian Studios and get a hands-on look at the game running on a Xbox One X. Could it be one of the best games of 2018 as well?
Bandai Namco previously gave an August release month for Divinity: Original Sin II’s console release. A specific date has been revealed, just about keeping the game in that window.