Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition

Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition

released on Aug 31, 2018

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Divinity: Original Sin II - Definitive Edition

released on Aug 31, 2018

There can only be one God. The Divine is dead. The Void approaches. And the powers lying dormant within you are soon to awaken. The battle for Divinity has begun. Choose wisely and trust sparingly; darkness lurks within every heart. Master deep, tactical combat. Join up to 3 other players - but know that only one of you will have the chance to become a God, in multi-award winning RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2.


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One of the best rpgs of the last years


One of the better classic style RPGs I've played, the combat is really fun and it has really interesting options for character progression. The setting is really interesting to get into, and while not all of the companions are that interesting some of them are. Works really well in co-op. Also, I am a simple person, I love the lizards in this game.


It should be noting that my only experience with this game is exclusively in multiplayer either 2 player lone wolf runs or 4 player. I play with it modded to include free bless and resting for source and I don't feel bad about it.

Divinity is really surprisingly fun to me. I gave a friend of mine a lot of shit for playing this so much just because on the surface it looked intensely boring. I came around eventually though, and these days I get the occasional desire to do a new run. I don't have much to say about the story since for me it was never why I was playing. It's a huge game and while the same things happen every run there's usually something new to discover. Game is fully voice acted and it's mostly good. The animal voices are insufferable. This game fkin rules if it looks like your thing. If it doesn't it's still fun with friends if you give it a chance.


Fantastic combat, good plot and many sidequests awaits you.
Played coop with a friend.


one of the best isometric RPGs ever. the combat system is very deep, although i many times uttered to myself "i'm on fire AGAIN?!". RPG progression is great, the dialogue and choices are great, the plot is suitably big for a very high fantasy setting... my only complaints are 1) it is way too long, and 2) each Act is more linear than it might seem at first blush. the way the encounters are designed and enemy stats/levels are assigned, you actually can't do certain encounters very easily until you level up. so your freedom to explore in any direction you want is actually somewhat limited. those two things don't ruin an otherwise amazing experience though. the one last thing worth mentioning is that D:OS2 has cross-save between PC and Switch (and perhaps other platforms, i never tested it though), which was amazing for continuing my journey on the go!