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Larian Studios Hypes Up Divinity: Original Sin 2 For A September Release

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We may not have reported on all too much after after the Early Access release of Divinity: Original Sin 2; but there's one big important piece of news to share today - the release date!

New Kickstarter update video details Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition changes

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Larian Studios has come out with an update video to show backers where development is on an enhanced version of Divinity: Original Sin. As the release date dawns, Swen Vincke steps up to share the bulk of changes that players can expect to see in the released game.

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition set for release on October 27

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Larian Studios has revealed an exact release date for the Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition – the free upgrade for owners of the original game will launch on October 27.

There are a number of key additions included in the new version, including controller support, more voice-work, and alterations to the occasionally woolly storytelling and writing.

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.

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