Divinity: Original Sin 2 became a critical and commercial triumph past year thanks to the persuasive RPG gameplay and co-op experience, and today those on PC will be getting an appealing update to the upcoming Definitive Edition summer time, at no cost.
Developer Larian Studios supported on the Facebook page (via Game Informer) to Divinity: Original Sin 2 that owners of this game will probably be receiving the upcoming Definitive Edition as a free update when it arrives in August, which can bring the PC model to parity with all the game’s release consoles.
While the particulars of what exactly the Definitive Edition may comprise have not yet been shown by Larian Studios, the programmer failed state that “tens of thousands of changes and tweaks are coming in the Definitive Edition,” which implies we’ll probably get lots of updates to the game because it surfaced last year, although no word has come out yet if will comprise DLC or other added content.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is accessible now on PC, and also the upcoming Definitive Edition will soon be available on PS4, Xbox One, also PC in August. Xbox One owners, however, will have the chance to have a look at the game in advance through its addition in the Game Preview Program beginning this week end.This article was originally published by DualShockers. Read the original article.