Divinity: Original Sin now available on Steam Early Access

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By on January 19, 2014 at 1:22 pm

Although the full release is still a ways off thanks to the ambitious design changes brought out by stretch goals, Divinity: Original Sin is now available via Steam Early Access.

The crowd-funded RPG drew in over $1 million by the end of its campaign, but if you weren’t among those who paid up early, you can pick it up a standard version for USD$39.99. If you’re feeling a bit generous, you could grab the Co-op Deluxe Pack for USD$59.99, granting you a second copy to rope in a friend with as well as one of Beyond Divinity, as a bonus.

Here’s a new trailer to mark the occasion:

Source: VG247

3 comments (Leave your own)

Yeah, I will be playing this when it reaches release. Thanks anyway.

With that being said, plenty of time for those who have not yet to play Divinity II.

 

Hmmm, that does look good. Divinity II had some great ideas but suffered under a load of generic fetch quests and WAY TOO MUCH BACKTRACKING.

I’m surprised… I’m still angry about that.

 

Got in on the kickstarter, started playing the beta…..got a few minutes in and decided to stop. This game is a gem and decided I didn’t want to experience a single spoiler.

 
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