Larian’s enhanced port of the hit PC RPG finally has a release date.
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition finally has a release date. Larian Studios told Eurogamer that the updated edition of the hit RPG would be out on October 27th.
The Enhanced Edition is essentially the console port for Divinity: Original Sin which will be out on PS4 and Xbox One (a free update for the same will be made available to pre-existing PC players). Along with an overhaul to the graphics and various new additions to the story, quests, etc. the Enhanced Edition will introduce split-screen co-op for players. This means that each player can embark on their own separate journey if they so please.
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition was pegged to release in October but it wasn’t completely sure whether it would hit its target. Now that it’s out this month, it seems console players will have a chance to finally experience the hit PC RPG for themselves.
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