Divinity: Original Sin II’s Kickstarter rakes in 4x desired goal, hits final stretch goal
The Divinity: Original Sin II Kickstarter Campaign is officially over, and it’s safe to say it was a tremendous success.
Developer Larian Studios has announced that the game’s crowdfunding drive managed to rake in more than $2 million, quadrupling the studios’ funding goal and unlocking the final stretch goal; Game Master mode.
With the Game Master mode, Divinity: Original Sin II players will be able to craft their own custom dungeons and then control them as your friends play. True to its name, Game Master mode will allow players to place enemies on the fly, manipulate the environment, and generally do your damndest to make the adventurers hate you; just like any good DM should.
For those of y0u who have yet to experience the original game and need to be brought up to speed, there’s no better time than now. Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition will be coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One in October. The Enhanced Edition adds controller support with split-screen play, full voice-overs, updated visuals, a variety of new quests and characters, and even a rewritten story with a different ending. Those who already purchased Divinity: Original Sin will receive the Enhanced Edition completely free.
Divinity: Original Sin II is slated to be released next year on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.