Not only do we have our hands full plotting and scheming for Divinity: Original Sin 2, we’ve also been putting the final final touches on Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition as well as finalising the Larian Vault.
The Larian Vault which will allow you to manage your pledge for Divinity: Original Sin 2, vote for your favourite skill tree, and get you your Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition keys if you pledged for one. There’ll be more on that in the next update but first check out all of the RPG goodness that Divinity:Original Sin – Enhanced Edition will bring you.
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition is arriving in just 6 days, and we’re trying to spread the news.
For maximum effect, we’ve started a Thunderclap Campaign: It’s a bit like Kickstarter for social media. We need 200 people to join us and share their voices about the Enhanced Edition. If we get over 200 volunteers then, on October 27, Thunderclap will blast out timed Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr posts from all of our volunteers, creating one unified tsunami of social media noise.
Help us out and please add your voice to our Thunderclap campaign here! The more people we get playing Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition, the better and richer our community will be!
What’s different about Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition?
There’s a lot of enhanced editions out there these days, but ours is really something. If you’re wondering what’s different, then the answer is pretty much everything. Don’t believe us? Check out this video in which Swen takes you through a tour of what we’ve been doing over the last year:
Ready, set … go!
If you have Divinity: Original Sin already, then an extra entry (Divinity: Original Sin- Enhanced Edition) will appear in your Steam or GOG libraries. The Enhanced Edition will be listed in addition to the original game, so you can play both. Everyone who bought Divinity: Original Sinon Steam or GOG (and anyone who got a Steam/GOG key from a retail box or Humble Bundle) will get the Enhanced Edition for free. If you want to get Divinity: Original Sin- Enhanced Editionon console, you can pre-order for PS4 and Xbox One here.
Ahora en español!
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition supports all the languages of the original version: English, French, Italian, German, Russian, and Polish. And we’ve added Spanish support too! In addition, we’d like to thank our community in the Czech Republic for localising the game into Czech for the PC version – díky!
Mark your calendar for October 27
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition will be out on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 27. Mac and Linux will be right on their tail, arriving at the beginning of December as we finalise the ports. We know it’s been quite a wait, but it’ll be worth it!
Just before we go, we’d like to point you towards our friends at Iron Tower Studio. Their new game, The Age of Decadence, is available to buy now! Check out their website for more details!
And if you want even more gaming goodness, there’re just a few hours left to support the Kickstarter for the RPG Tears of Avia! Turn-based and tactical, with an emphasis on crafting, this campaign may support your new favourite RPG!