While most people will have to wait one more day in order to check out Divinity: Original Sin 2’s Early Access phase on Steam, a few lucky gamers are actually able to play the upcoming RPG starting today. According to an ongoing thread on NeoGAF, developer Larian Studios decided to give Kickstarter backers the opportunity of playing the game one day earlier than everyone else and it sounds like those who managed to get into Early Access today are pretty happy with what they’re seeing so far.
The Steam Early Access version of Divinity: Original Sin 2 features the first act of the single-player campaign, along with some of the stretch goal content promised during the Kickstarter campaign. Although some of the new Origins content and game modes are only scheduled to be released further down the line, players can already play around with new skills, explore new zones, and unfold new storylines.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 doesn’t have an official release date just yet but the developer says we can expect a full release sometime next year. Meanwhile, the currently available content will be available for everyone starting tomorrow via Steam Early Access, with GoG Early Access set to arrive later this year.