Divinity: Original Sin Latest News
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.
Larian Studios' "It's definitely the fastest-selling game we've ever published. The last figures I saw we were at 160,000. For us that's pretty good."fantasy RPG seems to be off to a pretty good start. Talking , Larian boss Swen Vincke said
Even better news for Larian is that it's still early days so far. The game launched on Monday June 30 after a lengthy Early Access period. Right now it's the number one seller on Steam.
After a long Kickstarter campaign that shifted into a lengthy Early Access programme, Larian Studios has Divinity: Original Sin.the completed version of its fantasy RPG
To mark the occasion, studio founder Swen Vincke has released a new video thanking fans for their support.