Divinity: Original Sin Latest News

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is now on Kickstarter, features competitive questing, spell-crafting and more

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Larian Studios has started the clock running on its crowd-funding campaign for Divinity: Original Sin 2, the sequel to last year's excellent fantasy RPG. The studio's looking for $500,000, slightly more than the $400k they targeted for the original game.

Of course Original Sin ended up earning nearly $1 million, and judging by its reception I think it's likely Larian will see similair success with the sequel. The Kickstarter page has been up less than an hour, and $67,992 has been raised already.

Larian's Sven Vincke explains why the team is heading back to Kickstarter for Divinity: Original Sin 2

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Larian Studios made an impressive amount of cash from its Kickstarter campaign for Divinity: Original Sinso it's not a huge surprise to see them return to crowd-funding for the upcoming sequel.

Studio founder Swen Vincke has written a post explaining the benefits of Kickstarter over on his personal blog, and it's not just the wads of cash you can earn that appeals to him.

Larian announces Divinity: Original Sin 2, Kickstarter campaign set for August 26

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Larian Studios has announced that it's working on Divinity: Original Sin 2, a sequel to last year's excellent crowd-funded RPG.

Once again the team will head to Kickstarter to raise funds, and this time fans can select which backer options they would like to see by heading over to the game's official website.

Focus Home confirm Gamescom line-up, The Technomancer and Act of Aggression among them

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We're almost ready for Gamescom in Cologne, Germany and so Focus Home Interactive have published their games attendees list for early next month. Larian Studios' repackaged Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition will be there.

So will Blood Bowl 2, and Spiders' cyberpunk RPG The Technomancer. Let's not neglect the real-time strategy Act of Aggression or the hardcore sci-fi RPG The Surge.

Divinity: Original Sin to get an Enhanced Edition this year, free for PC owners

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Good news for those who enjoyed Larian Studios' excellent, if occasionally incomprehensible fantasy RPG Divinity: Original Sin - the game's getting an Enhanced Edition for consoles later this year, and owners of the PC version will find their copy upgraded to the new edition for free.

There is a caveat. Because this new version is a markedly different experience, it will be a completely separate game. Any saves you have won't transfer over.

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