Been looking forward to the release of Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition on Xbox One and PS4? Well good news, for Bandai Namco have now dropped a release date.

So, hitting Xbox One and PS4 on 31st August 2018, Divinity: Original Sin 2 from Larian Studios is regarded as one of the very best role players of all time, and with the Definitive Edition hitting console, a whole new breed of gamer will be able to take in the glories that are found within.

With Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition, you will be able to play through near endless possibilities by creating an original character or choosing one of six different origin stories. The game world will react uniquely to each character, creating limitless possibilities to explore, as you play in the world of Rivellon, a place abandoned by the gods. An oppressive order that wields a forbidden magic is rounding up mages from a fear that the mages’ source magic is tearing a rift between worlds. As you grow stronger through your quest, you will replace the gods who left Rivellon however, from your party of four, only one of you will have the chance to become the new Divine.

But you shouldn’t be turning away and ignoring Divinity: Original Sin 2 even if you have already played it, as the Definitive Edition also brings in new features for enhanced console play including; a party inventory system, a new journal system, a new tutorial, an updated PvP area and a new Story Mode difficulty setting. The largest update will be the game’s third chapter which has been completely rewritten so that players will be fully immersed in Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition’s rich and compelling story.

Stunning visuals, an enthralling story and the freedom to roll as you will should ensure that all Xbox One and PS4 players will want to get a hit of the action when Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition arrives. Don’t forget that us Xbox One players can get a taste of the game now on Xbox Game Preview too.

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