Divinity: Original Sin Latest News
It must be pretty busy in the offices ofthese days. Not only is the development team working , they're also adding a bunch of new content to hit RPG Divinity: Original Sin.
One such addition that will please fans of the already rather tricky game is a new 'Hardcore' difficulty mode. This will give enemy mobs new skills and tactics to use against you in combat, forcing you to change up your existing strategies.
Divinity: Original Sin is getting a significant overhaul from creator Larian, as they acknowledge the 'sucky parts' of the game. However they're also "working on our new RPGs," using the D:OS engine.
The Belgian developer is determined to fix the mistakes of Original Sin, and they're also opening a new office in Quebec City to expand, but it lets them "make true some of our bigger RPG ambitions".
Divinity: Original Sin has just received . No, no don't worry, it's free! The Bear and the Burglar adds two new companion characters for a total of four, each with their own quests.
Ranger Bairdotr has a "bow on her back and her claws at the ready", and is searching for a missing druid of the Homeforest, while Wolgraff is a voiceless rogue who was refused by the order of the Source Hunters (the player characters' faction) as a young man.
Turn-based fantasy RPG Divinity: Original Sin has been out for a bit now, so has developer Larian Studios been driven penniless? No, says, studio founder Swen Vincke. It's flooding coffers with cash.
The studio boss has posted a blog sharing his 'what comes next' thoughts, and stating that Divinity has broken even, and they've done "sufficiently well" to look forward.
A plucky Divinity: Original Sin modder to recreate the first area of Diablo 2 in Larian's recently released fantasy RPG.
Specifically, forum user Shidiwen is recreating the gloomy hub town of Sanctuary, home of mud, rain, skeletons and weird little imp creatures.