Steam’s Early Access just welcomed Larian Studios’ gorgeous looking Divinity sequel, Original Sin.
We’ve been following the story of Divinity: Original Sin since it was on Kickstarter as well as throughout its development and it’s fast become one of the PC games of note for 2014. The turn-based RPG was a runaway success in its crowd-funding-powered Kickstarter campaign, scooping up $1million plus in funds from fans who wanted to see the developer complete work on the title.
Divinity: Original Sin is a deep, deep RPG experience with Larian promising a rich narrative, a heavy emphasis on dialog choices and consequences and immersion in the word they’ve built with a huge amount of interactivity. Looking for a specific feature for your role-playing enjoyment? Original Sin probably has it.
- Become part of a reactive, living and open world. Explore diverse environments, find myriad of creatures and tons of desirable items.
- Experience gripping, party and turn-based combat. Manipulate the environment and use skill & spell combos.
- Play in co-op multiplayer and engage in co-op dialogues. Shape your relationships with your partner that will influence the game.
- Unravel, a deep and epic story, set in the early days of Rivellon. Taking place well before Divine Divinity and The Dragon Knight Saga, Divinity: Original Sin presents you with a familiar world in another era.
- Classless system let you shape your character any way you want. Endless item interaction and combination take things to another level of freedom.
- Create your own adventures and share them online. With Original Sin comes the powerful toolset used by the game’s designers.
Impressive no? Divinity: Original Sin has just landed on Steam’s Early Access section too, so if you’re ready you can log on right now and get to work saving the kingdom. The base game will cost you $39.99 EUR/USD, but there’s also a co-op deluxe pack available that should be very interesting to anyone who’s into the drop-in-drop-out co-op leanings of Original Sin.
That pack includes two copies of Divinity: Original Sin as well as a huge bonus in the form of a copy of both previous entries in the series; Divine Divinity and Beyond Divinity. All the games in the Divinity series are worth checking out at the very least, so if you’re into tackling a bunch of monsters with a pal, that’s the way to go.