Announcing Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
Friday May 15th 2015
Today we are very excited to announce Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition for PS4 and Xbox One as well as PC, Mac, SteamOS and Linux. This isn't just some patch or minor content update to the game you all know and (hopefully) love; it's a whole new experience! With controller support, local co-op with split screen, fully voiced characters, a totally reworked story (with a brand new ending), and much more, we're very proud to finally be able to share what we've crafted here at Larian.
In the update video below, Swen reveals a little more about the fantastic new features you can look forward to in Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition.
We've also included controller support on PC, so now you can kick back and explore Rivellon from the comfort of your sofa with Steam's Big Picture. We've put a lot of effort into streamlining the experience and have designed a slick, new UI that makes playing with a controller just as intuitive and fun as playing with mouse and keyboard. As well as local co-op, split screen and controller support, the Enhanced Edition also features:
For more information, and not only for Kickstarter backers, please read Kickstarter Update 67 and for a more in-depth view behind the scenes, as always there is Swen's blog. A website about the Enhanced Edition is being built from the ground up at divinityoriginalsin-enhanced.com
Check out Swen's Divinity: Original Sin Post-mortem from GDC, and dive into a new blog entry
Thursday April 3rd 2015
At this year's GDC in San Francisco, Larian CEO and Creative Director Swen Vincke gave a talk titled “Divinity: Original Sin Postmortem - Success Stories and Lesson Learned". In the talk, Swen discussed 10 simple maxims he learned while successfully transforming Larian Studios from a publisher-dependent studio into an independent, self-publishing company over the course of 15 years. The folks over at GDC Vault have made the talk available for free.
Also, in case you're wondering why Swen hasn't replied to your email yet, check out his most recent blog post, aptly titled "Making time to Develop".
'Tis the Season for Awards!
Friday December 19th 2014
Over at Larian everyone is on cloud nine now that we've won several major awards for Divinity: Original Sin!
GameSpot: 'In 2014's best PC game, there is no greater role to play than that of yourself.'
First up is the hands down phenomenal PC Game of the Year award bestowed upon us by Gamespot. Needless to say, we're far, far over the moon! And of course we're equally proud of having been named The Bestest Best Kickstarter of 2014 by Rock, Paper, Shotgun, proving once again that Divinity: Original Sin couldn't have been made without our 21.040 backers and the incredible amount of support and feedback we received (and keep receiving) from our community!
Also, our very own David went to Bilbao, Spain to receive the award for Best Role-Playing Game of 2014 at the Fun & Serious Game festival. Just don't ask him where the trophy is...
David in a suit. We couldn't believe our eyes either!
David in a suit. We couldn't believe our eyes either! In addition to these, we've been nominated for a lot of other awards, some of which you can still vote for. So if you're convinced Original Sin should receive another award, try casting your vote over at IGN. We're already thrilled to be on their list, but obviously it'd be a complete X-mas miracle should we end up on top ;)
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Larian Devline, a new patch, boxes and more!
Thursday October 30th 2014
This Tuesday, November 4th, we tried something new by hosting a live Twitch podcast with our devs (and a special guest Jesse Cox) in which you told us what things you liked and didn’t like about Divinity: Original Sin. Check out how that happened!
A new patch
Physical boxes coming to US retail!
The App store release is nigh
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The wait is over: Two new companions have landed in Cyseal!
Monday September 15th 2014
We may have been a bit quiet over the past two months, but you'll be happy to hear we've spent the time not only recovering from launch, but also preparing improvements and new content for Divinity: Original Sin. We figured: how better to break the silence than with an exciting update chock full of much-asked-after features? Today, we're launching a content-heavy update to D:OS players, featuring two totally new companions, each ready (if you play your cards right) to help save Rivellon. Also included in the newest update is a big quality-of-life improvement and another coat of polish.
Below, Swen discusses more about the added content, as well as future updates and what the team's been up to since our last update (hint: Divinity: Original Sin isn't the only game we're working on!).
Read the update's full change list here.
Download this free additional content!
Check out their concept art and a short description of each companion below:
"You seem strong as mother, though your chest is not quite so hairy. Your sword may come in handy when we find who I seek."
Armed with her bow on her back and her claws at the ready, Bairdotr refuses to fail: She must navigate your world--a world of wonder and mysteries both fantastic and terrible--if she's to save Homeforest. The druid of the forest has been kidnapped, and Bairdotr must follow a scant trail of clues if she's to bring him back-- clues that take her to the very heart of Rivellon's Source conspiracy.
"Wolgraff gives you a knowing look. He seems to think the mayor is a few arrows short of a quiver."
Dark Sourcery deprived Wolgraff of his voice when he was but a kid, and with it his dream of becoming a Source Hunter. Refused by the Order, he grew up to become a rogue, stealing from the rich and giving to... just himself actually. His is a world of silence, but if need be he lets his dagger do the talking for him.
If you convince one or both to join your party, you'll learn more about their histories and missions for the future.
Download "The Bear and the Burgler" DLC via Steam, or simply update your game on GOG to receive the new content. Note: The new companions will appear in Cyseal once you start a new game after downloading the update.
Follow the Dialogue: A significant improvement for co-op players
Now, instead of reading lengthy dialogues displayed over your teammate's head or in the journal, you'll be able to see the conversation in its own dialogue box with the toggle of a button.
If you're curious where Larian is heading over the next couple of years, check out Swen's latest blog entry - Thoughts after releasing Divinity:Original Sin and what comes next.
Divinity: Original Sin is out!
Monday July 1st 2014
Today is an extremely exciting day here at Larian. After years of developing a game we truly love, we get to release the full version of Divinity: Original Sin to both our amazing backers and to the rest of the gaming world.
It is at once thrilling and nerve-wracking; this vast world will now, for the first time, be explored in its entirety by the public. We can only hope you all have as much fun growing your Source Hunters and solving Rivellon's mysteries as we had developing them.
Without your support via Kickstarter and Early Access, this game would never have reached the level of polish and complexity present in its current form. Your contributions added a world of colour, secrets, enhancements, and depth to the game that has made this what we consider our best game to date.
Below, Swen explains just how grateful we are for your support:
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A small delay for a good reason: Let there be voice!
Friday 6 June 2014
If we were very busy last week, we were even busier this week and we have nightmares about how busy we are going to be in the next weeks, so please forgive us if this particular Kickstarter update is rather short and please forgive us for the late post.
It does contain plenty of news though!
Massive Divinity: Original Sin Collector's Edition Announced: Includes Four Games and More; Mac Version Also Announced
Friday 16 May 2014
As Divinity: Original Sin nears its June 20th release date, the team at Larian Studios unveils a limited-supply Collector's Edition, featuring four Divinity titles and more.
Additionally, a massive new update to the game's beta on Steam Early Access unlocks a fully-functioning version for Mac.
PC and Mac players can now also play together on-the-go with the newly-implemented "Laptop Optimized" mode.
For more details about this massive update, head over HERE.
Divinity Original Sin moves into Beta!
Thursday 3 April 2014
We just unleashed a massive update for Divinity: Original Sin on Steam Early Access taking the game into beta while adding loads of new talents and skills, brand new areas, and a whole load of other improvements.
If you’re not hyped about the game yet, try watching our brand-new trailer which is certain to tickly the RPG beast within you:
The beta contains over 400 improvements and a host of new features. You can discover the full changelist here.
Divinity: Original Sin - Spring is Coming
Friday February 24th 2014
Catch a sneak preview of what's to come this Spring for Divinity: Original Sin in our newest teaser trailer. The world is growing ever more vast and more interactive, and here you'll find a first look at some of Rivellon's previously unseen fairytale landscapes and creatures. If you pay close attention, you'll find that it's not only your elemental powers, but also tempestuous weather that can shift the winds in combat.
Divinity: Original Sin Steam Early Access is here!
Friday Januari 17th 2014
It has finally happened, Divinity: Original Sin is on Steam Early Access. Get it now! But wait - before you do - a word of warning.
Early Access gives you the chance to support the development of Divinity: Original Sin. You'll receive immediate access to the first 15 hours of the game (and the full game when it's released). But please be aware that the game is still rough around the edges and that certain features are missing. New features and all sorts of improvements will be added via regular updates. We DO NOT recommend you playing the Early Access if you want a really polished experience. The Early Access game is available at two pricing tiers:
Go on to the Steam page and see it for yourself. It’s real. It’s there.