We may not have reported on all too much 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!
Quickly racking up its asked-for funding amount on the infamous Kickstarter website, Divinity: Original Sin 2 is set to expand upon the massive success of its 2014 predecessor.
Larian Studios have commented out of GHENT, Belgium that their promising RPG sequel will official leave Steam's 'Early Access' program September 14, 2017. That's this year. Yet being an Early Access game already doesn't mean players have seen most of what will take place within the confines of the final version. Far from it. Those who picked up the Early Access version at a discounted price only played through the game's first act. It was less about testing the whole game and more to give backers a demo of what's to come.
With a release date in mind, it's time to talk pricing. Once the game goes live this September, the cost of entry will jump up to the $44.99 expected amount for a big-budget title. Featuring tactical combat with the potential for four-player co-op, Divinity: Original Sin 2 is attempted to change what players expect from RPGs.
Combined with several playable races and a hugely expanded relationship system, Larian Studios are likely swimming in unique dialogue for thousands of different in-game scenarios. If you're up for a long read, Divinity: Original Sin 2 will likely give you one.