October 31st, 2012 | By Alex Wilkinson
Larian Studios have over the past few weeks really been pushing Divinity out to the masses in a huge way. It all began on the tenth anniversary of the RPG series a few weeks ago now, but this prompted the Divinity Anthology being released. It was then rolled out into a pay what you want model, followed by a physical bundle. And now it have made yet another leap.
The star piece in the Anthology is the undoubted Divinity II – Developer’s Cut that has just been released and boasting fully 3D rendered worlds, and a highly detailed storyline Divinity II should offer all any RPG fan could want.
Larian Studios must be commended highly on the Badass scale for including a mode to play as both human and DRAGON! That is right you can fly around and just torch whatever takes your fancy – sounds like the ideal game mode to me.
Although I believe this came into the previous addition it is still one reason to get Divinity II – Developer’s Cut if you don’t already own Divinity II. Not to forget the gameplay alone is good for around 100 hours of your precious time and with a rich world to explore and battle though, Divinity II really will drain your time.
This is not even including the other spectacular titles in the Divinity Anthology. All in all Larian Studios really have a fantastic series that continues to entrance and enthrall players.
So now I imagine you players of the Divinity series are still wondering what is new in this version of Divinity II. Well interestingly enough this Developer’s Cut is quite aptly named, as the main addition is the ability to play the entire game in developer mode.
Larian Studios actually give you full control over the console commands of the game allowing you to play God. Reskin goblins, control creatures and generally wreak havoc in anyway you can think of.
Divinity II – Developer’s Cut is now available on Steam for $19.99 and to celebrate this Steam owners of Divinity II – Ego Draconis or - Dragon Knights will get this fantastic new addition for free. Now you can’t say fairer than that.
If you would rather acquire the whole thing – and I can’t blame you – Why not spend a few more dollars on the Divinity Anthology for only $29.99 off Steam.