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Divinity: Original Sin 2 Available Today On Steam Early Access
Fans of the original Divinity: Original Sin game won’t have to wait long for its sequel as Divinity: Original Sin 2 makes its way to Steam Early Access today.
The RPG sequel has been built using the next-gen Divinity Engine and supports up to four-person multiplayer, cooperative and competitive questing, while boasting new combat mechanics! Don’t worry though; according to the Divinity: Original Sin 2 Steam page the game will contain everything that made its predecessor great – free exploration, the ability to kill anyone and the challenge to gather the ultimate RPG party.
For those unfamiliar with the Divinity games, here’s the synopsis straight from the Steam page:
“In a world where the Gods are dead, you play a wielder of forbidden magic, quarantined in the prison colony of Fort Joy. The Magisters of the Divine Order want to “cure” you of your powers. But the Order has secrets of its own. Secrets that threaten everyone. If the world remains godless, chaos will rule. It’s time for a new Divinity.
Choose your race and origin story and see how differently the world reacts. Gather your party and blast your opponents with different elements in deep tactical turn-based combat. Explore the vast and layered world of Rivellon alone or with up to 4 players in drop-in/drop-out cooperative play.”
As with all Steam Early Access titles, the game is still in some stages of development. At this point buying the game will include:
- Act 1 of the Campaign, with approx 8-12 hours gameplay
- Online co-op for up to 4 players
- 4 playable races: Human, Elf, Drawf, Lizard
- 4 optional Origin stories with unique quests and interactions
- 8 schools of skills and spells
- PvP Arena mode with select maps
- Additional features and content to be announced throughout development
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is available now through Steam for $44.99 and will also be coming to GOG.com’s Games in Development program. For more information, make sure to check out the game’s official website.