The promised Enhanced Edition of Larian Studios’ excellent RPG Divinity: Original Sin has received a release date, and will be coming for the first time to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 27, 2015.
Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition was pegged to release in October but it wasn’t completely sure whether it would hit its target. The game was originally a PC exclusive, but thanks to the positive critical reaction the game has earned, it was decided that it would be ported to consoles.
The Enhanced edition expected for the next generation consoles and a re-release on Windows PC will not only include the additional content, but will now sport a new interface design that is tailor made for controllers.
Aside from having the critically acclaimed game, the enhanced edition will also come with a number of new features that weren’t in the original version. It’s been a while since I played the original and the sequel has me quite intrigued with a few of the proposed features.
Divinity: Original Sin is a top-down, turn-based, PC-style RPG that has been widely praised as part of that genre’s recent revival alongside other games like Pillars of Eternity and Wasteland 2.
The IGN reportedly gave “Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition” a score of 9 due to it’s outstanding tactical combat and engaging quests.