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.
The most notable of the changes that players will see in the game is an improved multiplayer co-op that will split the screen when local players split up. Controller support has been added as well. Both updates seem rather clean and polished for play. Voice and sound effects have also been updated, with dialogue cleaned up, made clearer, and every line in the game now voiced. New monsters, NPCs and a new ending have also been added, and the engine has been reworked to allow the whole game to play smoother than before.
Anyone who bought Divinity: Original Sin when it came out will receive the enhanced edition for free. Unfortunately, saved games from the original do not appear to be supported at this time.
Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition will be released on October 27th.