Publisher Focus Home Interactive has announced that Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition will launch on October 27 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Developer Larian Studios confirmed that Enhanced Edition won’t just be “some patch or minor content update.” This version of Divinity will release with local co-op, fully voiced characters, new content, tweaks to the crafting system and a reworked story.
PC players who already own a copy of the initial version of Original Sin will be able to download the Enhanced Edition at no extra cost.
“Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition is a completely separate game: not an update to Divinity: Original Sin,”said Larian. “Both games will remain available on PC and Mac, and it is important to note that they are totally different entities, so if you’ve already bought Original Sin you’ll see separate listings for Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition in your Steam Library.”
There has been quite an influx lately of previously PC-Only titles making their way over to the new consoles. While I am still eagerly awaiting the release of Killing Floor 2 on consoles I am interested to know what everyone else thinks of this recent trend. Is this becoming the next remaster debacle? Are you happy to see newer, enhanced versions of hit PC titles become available to a wider audience on Xbox One, PS4, and/or Wii U? Let us know in the comments.
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