Divinity: Dragon Commander Imperial Edition and Instant Beta Access

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Larian Studios has announced a new pre-order offer for Dragon Commander, the upcoming action-RTS spin-off installment in the Divinity RPG franchise.

Book an early flight with Jetpack Dragon Airlines before the August 6th launch to earn a free upgrade to the Imperial Edition featuring all this bonus DLC (which will be sold standalone after release):

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– A unique development documentary video
– An extra campaign map that has dragons fight for control of the Earth
– A golden skin for your Dragon Emperor
– A beautifully remastered version of the soundtrack by Kirill Pokrovsky
– Dragon Commander’s best kept secret: an overview of all the choices and consequences in the game (you’ll be amazed)

Your Divinity: Dragon Commander Imperial Edition pre-order travel agents are The Larian Vault, Amazon.de, Steam, and GOG.com. Except for GOG.com, pre-purchasing also grants immediate access to the beta so you can take your very own jetpack dragon for a test flight. In lieu of beta access, GOG.com pre-orders come with free copies of Divine Divinity and Masters of Magic.

If you already booked your flight by pledging to the game’s Kickstarter campaign, you’re good to go with the Imperial Edition upgrade and beta access.

Wanna know what you’re getting into before committing to a pre-order? Check out the two embedded videos. One’s a new trailer, the other shows nearly half an hour of divine Divinity: Dragon Commander gameplay footage from the beta.

Oh yeah, and here, have some screenshots, too!

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