Larian Studios surprised everyone with last year’s successful classic RPG title Divinity: Original Sin. It was rated one of the best PC games of 2014, with critical acclaim and enough success to encourage the developers to create a sequel.
We’ve had knowledge of the game’s release on consoles for a while now, and we knew it was going to be released sometime in October – we just didn’t know exactly which date, till today.
It has now been confirmed that Divinity: Original Sin will release for PS4 and Xbox One on October 27 in the form of the ‘Enhanced Edition.’ This new addition will also hit PCs on the same date.
The Enhanced Edition primarily brings co-op play, along with fully voiced and remastered dialogues that were not in the original game. There are also new quests and items, with an ‘enhanced’ crafting system and a somewhat reworked storyline.
Larian Studios is currently also working on the sequel to Divinity: Original Sin. We had the chance to interview them and poke their brains with a few questions regarding the upcoming sequel, which has a fairly loose release window of 2016. It’ll only be initially released for the PC, but we do expect a similar release to the original’s Enhanced Edition sometime afterwards.