One of the most successful video game Kickstarter projects, Divinity: Original Sin, is now going to be coming to Xbox One and PS4 via an Enhanced Edition. Oh, but this isn’t a simple remastering or a graphically improved title, it’s in many respects a brand new game as the developer Larian was happy to point out:
“This isn’t just some patch or minor content update to the game you all know and (hopefully) love; it’s a whole new experience! With controller support, local co-op with split screen, fully voiced characters, a totally reworked story (with a brand new ending), and much more, we’re very proud to finally be able to share what we’ve crafted here at Larian.”
Larian goes on to note that this separate title will also be available on PC and Mac (along with LInux), and states that the original version and new version will be available for purchase should you want it.
“Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition is a completely separate game: not an update to Divinity: Original Sin,” writes Larian. “Both games will remain available on PC and Mac, and it is important to note that they are totally different entities, so if you’ve already bought Original Sin you’ll see separate listings for Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition in your Steam Library.”
Finally, the Enhanced Edition will be free to anyone who already owns Divinity: Original Sin, as a thank you from Larian for helping making the game a success. Isn’t that nice of them?
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