Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Kickstarter Campaign Has Just Been Launched

Larian Studios has just launched the Kickstarter camaign for Divinity: Original Sin 2. Divinity: Original Sin 2 is a single and multiplayer top-down, party-based role-playing game with pen & paper RPG-like levels of freedom. It features turn-based combat, a strong focus on systematic gameplay and a well-grounded narrative.

Larian Studios aims to raise $500K in the next 34 days, a goal that will be most probably reached within the next few days.

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, players will pick a single character and determine your starting stats, race, and origin story. Players will also be able to recruit up to three companions, each of whom is just as detailed as the character you’re playing, with their own origin story and motivation to help you in your quest.

As Larian Studios noted, Divinity: Original Sin’s combat system was one of its most beloved features and the development on Divinity: Original Sin 2 will focus on maintaining everything that made its predecessor so much fun, while still adding new types of tactical opportunities and challenges.

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is currently in development for PC in English. Subtitles will be available in German, French, and Russian. Other platforms and languages may be announced at a later stage, once development is more advanced.

Last but not least, in multiplayer, up to 4 players can play together, either cooperatively or competitively.


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