Divinity Commits Original Sin on PS4 and Xbox One


Larian Studios’ epic fantasy cRPG from last year is making the jump from PC to consoles with the coming release of Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Focus Home Interactive, having already established a publishing relationship with Larian on previous titles like Beyond Divinity and Divinity II, has signed on to publish the console versions in late 2015.

PC gamers need not fear missing out. In addition to the console release, the Enhanced Edition is coming to PC (Windows, Linux, Mac, and SteamOS) and will be made available for free to all players who own the original PC release of Original Sin.

Regardless of platform preference, these are some of the key new features to look forward to in the Enhanced Edition:

• New intuitive user-interface tailored for controllers (including controller support for playing the PC version in Steam Big Picture mode)
• Split-screen couch co-op
• All characters are now fully voiced by AAA-voice actors like Alix Wilton Regan and Alec Newman
• New quests, new characters, and new content
• Entirely new gameplay modes and character builds
• A heavily rewritten story with a brand new ending
• Massively reworked visuals and sound effects

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