If at first you succeed on Kickstarter, it's pretty likely that you'll do so again -has already received all the funding it asked for to create Divinity: Original Sin 2, less than 12 hours after the campaign launched.
As of this post the total sum is $618,000 from the original goal of $500,000, and terrifyingly enough there's still thirty-four days left to go on the campaign. Larian boss Swen Vincke thanks fans in an update video, and admits that they'll probably have to have a good long think about what to do with all that cash. Stretch goals haven't been fully worked out yet, but Vincke says that they'll be ready and posted "most likely tomorrow".
Original Sin 2 adds a newelement to the series' co-op mode, in which players can secretly work against each other to achieve their own goals. It also revises dialogue and crafting, adds a more robust character creation mechanic, and allows you to create your own spells and skills.
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