Divinity: Original Sin is now Scheduled for a Spring 2014 Release

Larian Studios announced today that its isometric turn-based RPG, Divinity: Original Sin, is now scheduled for a Spring 2014 release. As the team claimed, the extra time will be used to implement feedback received from Steam Early Access players and Kickstarter backers.

Laria Studios has also released a new trailer for the game that can be viewed below.

Divinity: Original Sin is described as a tribute to cRPGs. The game will be isometric, party-based and turn-based, with gripping dialogues, choices that will have consequences.

A deep story is promised, alongside a profound character and party development, as well as a big interactive world filled with characters and items.


Divinity: Original Sin - Spring is Coming Trailer

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