Divinity: Original Sin Collector’s Edition is Sinfully Divine


With Divinity: Original Sin, Larian Studios is making an old-school isometric CRPG the way they used to be made and are rarely made now. The Belgian indie studio has also put together a collector’s edition package hearkening back to the good old days. This sucker is loaded with goodies:

• Two copies of Divinity: Original Sin for co-op adventuring
• Digital copies of Divine Divinity and Beyond Divinity
• Recipe cards to help you craft in-game
• A cloth map of Rivellon
• A two-sided A2 poster
• A Soundtrack CD
• An Original Sin-themed playing card deck
• Premium-quality RPG dice set with pouch
• A Sticker pack
• A pair of DLC items

The Original Sin collector’s edition is available now for €69.99 / $94.99 exclusively at www.larianvault.com. Want one? Then you better get your pre-order in fast, because this limited edition truly is limited. Only 3,000 English-language units have been produced, and exactly half of those have already been claimed by Kickstarter backers. That means only 1,500 are left (actually even fewer now since the package went on sale Friday).

As for the game itself, the Steam Early Access release of Divinity: Original Sin has received another massive update and is now available on Mac with cross-OS multiplayer so PC and Mac adventurers can quest together. More details about the update can be found at the link below.

Mac version is live! Early Access Beta Update! [Divinity: Original Sin]

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