Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Lands On Consoles Soon
Enhanced is always better.
As developer Larian Studios just told Eurogamer, Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition will launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 27.
This updated version of the acclaimed 2014 PC RPG will feature a new interface designed specifically for console controllers, along with co-op play via local split-screen and online. On top of which, they've added voice acting (boasting the likes of actors Alix Wilton Regan and Alec Newman), as well as more endings.
This Enhanced Edition is a "full makeover" of the original product and as creative director Swen Vincke said in a GameSpot interview:
"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."
Lastly, while it isn't confirmed just yet, both console versions are aiming for 1080p. By the way, if you've been playing Divinity: Original Sin on PC or Mac, you'll get the Enhanced Edition as a free upgrade.
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10/5/2015 11:17:23 AM Ben Dutka