Divinity: Original Sin 2 Gameplay Trailer
If the updated graphics and character design aren't enough to thrill you, you may also notice a brand new race.
This is it everyone! We finally have a full and official trailer for Divinity: Original Sin 2! After the long development process and the constant updates, we get to see the final look of the game. The game comes out September 14, 2017 on PC only. If this trailer attracts you, be sure to stick it on your Steam wishlist or get it in Early Access now.
The trailer mainly features what we’ve already seen, combat, conversations, and multiplayer modes. Only this time around Larian Studios claims that this is the “final art and character designs for the game.” If the updated graphics and character design aren’t enough to thrill you, you may also notice a brand new race. It is glimpsed in the character creation clip as a skeletal figure wearing mage armor and bearing a lightning staff. He is probably an Undead, though Original Sin 2 might find a different term for his race. There is no official word yet, but we’re sure to find out when the releases in a few weeks.
If you’ve played the first game in the series, you might notice that not much in the gameplay has changed. The fundamentals are the same, but it all looks much better than it ever as. MMOs are sure working their way up the graphic and capability scale, as you can now conduct split screen multiplayer, co-op with up to four players, and drop-in multiplayer as well.
In addition, Original Sin 2 is fully voiced. Despite Larian Studios stating before that it wasn’t feasible, it seems the overcame that hurdle with grace anyway. The long list of voice talents includes Harry Hadden-Paton, an actor made famous by his inclusion in Downtown Abbey and as the voice of the male Inquisitor in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Another famous voice on the list is Alix Wilton Regan, who voiced the female Inquisitor. She will be taking on the role of Sebille, an Elven assassin. Hopefully she will not suffer the same fate as her namesake in Greek literature.