Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition gets a new launch trailer to celebrate the launch of the isometric action-RPG on October 27th. Divinity: Original Sin was initially released on PC and Mac back in June 2014 to glowing reviews and has finally made its way to consoles. It’s not only just a port either; the Enhanced Edition comes with a host of new features, including local split-screen as well as online co-op, fully voiced characters, improvements to gameplay and mechanics, such as the addition of dual-wielding and a new crafting system, as well as various graphical and mechanical improvements.
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition is coming to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac on October 27, 2015. This marks the first release on consoles, however, it is coming as an upgrade to the earlier Divinity: Original Sin PC and Mac release. In fact, owners of the original game will receive the Enhanced Edition upgrade for free as a download through their Steam account as a separate download. With the release of D: OS on consoles, Larian Studios hopes to ease a new generation into the big, wide world of computer RPGs, such as Planescape: Torment or Baldurs Gate.
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