Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Looks Set For Release This Month

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Looks like Divinity: Original Sin will finally see the promised Linux version with the Enhanced Edition due on October 27th.

Delay, after delay it's been a bit of a long haul to see Divinity on Linux, but if our source is correct, all editions will see a release on October 27th. Larian previously stated the Linux version of the Enhanced Edition would see a day-1 Linux release, so let's hope they keep to their word. I won't be very amused if it is delayed again, as that would pretty much take the biscuit after all the delays.

About the game (Official description)
Gather your party and get ready for a new, back-to-the-roots RPG adventure! Discuss your decisions with companions; fight foes in turn-based combat; explore an open world and interact with everything and everyone you see. Join up with a friend to play online in co-op and make your own adventures with the powerful RPG toolkit.

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Avehicle7887 7 Oct, 2015
I hope this time is for real, I played D: OS a lot last summer and that was shortly before I switched to Linux. Can't wait to put my hands on it again.

Last edited by Avehicle7887 on 7 October 2015 at 1:29 pm UTC
Woden 7 Oct, 2015
This game was on my wishlist, but due to all the delays it was removed months ago. I don't think I'll ever buy it unless it's part of a well-priced bundle
hidekin 7 Oct, 2015
The game is awesome , i'm looking forward to play the game again on linux this time.
Eike 7 Oct, 2015
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No mention of Linux or Steam OS in their latest Steam news... :-/

Mountain Man 7 Oct, 2015
The developers have treated Linux gamers very poorly and really don't deserve our support. There are now enough quality games being released for Linux that we don't need to put up with this crap. I think I'll spend my money on Sword Coast Legends instead and maybe revisit Divinity Original Sin if it goes on sale with a 90% discount.

Last edited by Mountain Man on 7 October 2015 at 3:15 pm UTC
hummer010 7 Oct, 2015
This is the game that taught me not to buy based on promises. I've owned this game for over a year, and have yet to play it. It's been discounted more since I bought it, so I could have had it cheaper, and I definitely regret giving Larian my money.
Orkultus 7 Oct, 2015
Just watch.. after this, no more Linux releases of their games.
Avehicle7887 7 Oct, 2015
Quoting: OrkultusJust watch.. after this, no more Linux releases of their games.

Doubt that will happen after the time they spent porting the engine to support future projects.
Bumadar 7 Oct, 2015
it will be linux too (as I send in with the tip to liam)
FutureSuture 7 Oct, 2015
I will buy Divinity: Original Sin at full price once it is finally out for Linux. Late support is far better than no support, and Larian is still giving us Linux users a quality game. I do hope Larian is more prepared with regard to Linux support in the future, however.
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