1080p Divinity: Original Sin PS4/Xbox One Release Date Announced
Just a few more weeks to go.
The PS4 and Xbox One versions of celebrated 2014 PC RPG Divinity: Original Sin will launch on October 27, developer Larian Studios has told Eurogamer. The game is officially called the Enhanced Edition.
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Among the changes for the Enhanced Edition are a new interface designed specifically for controllers, as well as co-op play in the form of online and split-screen locally. Meanwhile, full voice acting has been added--featuring actors Alix Wilton Regan and Alec Newman--and more endings have been introduced.
The Enhanced Edition is described as a "full makeover" of the original game--which has sold nearly 1 million copies--featuring a "truckload" of changes, creative director Swen Vincke told GameSpot.
"We went a little too overboard with it; we called it an Enhanced Edition, but I really think that we made it much more than enhanced," Vincke said back in May when the game was announced. At the time, Vincke also said both consoles versions are aiming to run at 1080p.
The Enhanced Edition is also coming to PC, Mac, and SteamOS as a free upgrade for existing players. For lots more on the Enhanced Edition, check out GameSpot's interview with Larian.
Original Sin was released in 2014 for PC and received high praise from critics, including GameSpot's overall PC Game of the Year. Looking ahead, Larian's crowdfunding campaign for Original Sin II recently closed at more than $2 million. That game will launch for PC in 2016.
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