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.
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.
Divinity: Fallen Heroes, a planned strategy RPG sequel to Divinity: Original Sin II, has been put on hold. For now, Larian Studios will keep its attention on Baldur’s Gate III, while co-developer Logic Artists focuses on a new Expeditions title.
Larian Studios has announced a new title in the Divinity series, planned for release later this year. Though it acts as a sequel to Divinity: Original Sin II, Fallen Heroes heads back towards the strategic side of the franchise.
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.
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.
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.
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.
RPGamers on Xbox One will be able to try out Divinity: Original Sin II’s console version very soon. Feedback Billy is looking forward to hearing from them.
Console owners have a few months to wait before Divinity: Original Sin II makes its way to them. In the meantime, a brief look at the game from PAX East should give them some idea of what the fuss is all about.
The second Divinity: Original Sin game is joining its predecessor on console. We understand that many RPGamers rather like it, even if its creators can’t figure out whether to use numerals or not.
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.
Successfully funded Kickstarter campaigns can bring out the best and worst in man. Larian Studios aimed to be more divine than sinful in delivering on its promises, and maybe the original sin here is that publishers won’t fund traditional-style computer RPGs anymore.
Through molten heat and bitter cold,
The Dragon Knight’s tale is told.
And if you would please be so kind,
Read this review to read my mind.
Divinity II promises a deep storyline and heart-pounding aerial dragon combat. Does it soar, or crash to earth in a pile of charred scaly debris?