Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is coming in August

The Definitive Edition will make ‘thousands’ of tweaks and changes to Larian’s hit RPG.

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is a really good game (we selected it as our game of the year for 2018, remember, and we can be pretty picky about these things), but apparently it’s not quite good enough. Developer Larian Studios is working on a Definitive Edition version of the game that’s set to come out in August for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and owners of the original on PC will get it as a free upgrade.
Larian revealed the Definitive Edition yesterday with a video introducing Feedback Billy, a new, more interactive system for collecting feedback on the game. The video only mentions the Xbox One version of the game (which will be available tomorrow via Xbox Game Preview), but over on Facebook the studio said that the updated release will be coming to PC as well.
The Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition will be similar to the Enhanced Edition of Divinity: Original Sin, which came out roughly eight months after Divinity: Original Sin Classic, as it’s now known. Both versions of the game will continue to reside on Steam, and you’ll be able to launch and play either. Larian didn’t say whether saves from the old version will transfer to the new, but since that wasn’t the case with Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition, I wouldn’t expect it to happen here either.
It also didn’t say what exactly is coming in the Divinity: Original Sin Definitive Edition, only that it will include “thousands of tweaks and changes.” I’d expect a bit of new content too, but we’ll have to wait and see about that. It’s expected to be ready to go in August. 


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