Divinity: Original Sin II Hits $2 Million On Kickstarter
If you don’t know what Divinity: Original Sin is, then you should [proceeds to shame people who don’t know what Divinity: Original Sin is] and only return when you do.
Back? Good, now that you know, you’ll be delighted to discover that not only is there a Divinity: Original Sin II planned, but its Kickstarter has just closed on a whopping $2,000,000+ total with just over 42,000 contributors.
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Developer Larian Studios had the following to say of Divinity: Original Sin II in the original Kickstarter campaign:
Divinity: Original Sin 2 aims to change the way we work with narrative in RPGs. We’ve invested heavily in our writing team, hiring new writers with extensive experience in everything from screenwriting and narrative design to role-playing and table-top RPGs.
Our aim is to create a world that reacts naturally to your character, and we want your characters to be unique, alive, and important to you. Most importantly, we want you to feel the consequences of your choices.
Since then donations have come in through both Kickstarter and PayPAl, allowing Larian Studios to reach their final stretch goal and hopefully create exactly the game they want to create. Time and social justice permitting, of course.
We adored Divinity: Original Sin and highly recommend it as a PC RPG title that you should not just try out but own. So it’s really great to see Divinity: Original Sin II getting funded with such aplomb. Promised improvements coming with the new figure include four-play co-op support, a new crafting system, skill crafting, and competitive questing.
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