Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Out for Mac, Linux and SteamOS

PC version has been updated to sync with Mac and Linux versions.

Posted By | On 26th, Dec. 2015

Divinity Original Sin

Been wanting to play Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition on Mac, Linux or SteamOS since it launched in October for PC, PS4 and Xbox One? Well there’s good news – the Enhanced Edition of the award-winning RPG is now finally available for these platforms. The SteamOS support means you can play it on your Steam Box in the living without any issues as well.

It also seems that Larian updated the PC version to keep it “in synch with the Mac & Linux version” along with having “fixed a number of stability issues reported by players”.

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition builds on the original release in numerous ways, adding new quests, lots of bug fixes, narrative changes, more choices and much, much more. PC users who already own the original game can receive the Enhanced Edition completely for free which is a neat bonus.

Will you be picking up Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition for Mac, Linux or SteamOS? Let us know in the comments.


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