2017’s critically-acclaimed PC RPG, Divinity: Original Sin 2, is coming to PS4 and Xbox One this August.
The PS4 and Xbox One port of Divinity: Original Sin 2 comes via a partnership deal between developer Larian Studios and Bandai Namco.
The news was accompanied by an announcement trailer, showing off just how great Original Sin 2 will look on PS4 and Xbox One when it arrives in August, as well as show off a few of the many accolades the PC version of the title won. The console versions of the game will receive an updated UI to help smoothen things out from mouse and keyboard to controller support. Aside from that, Original Sin 2’s console version will retain all of the game’s multiplayer modes, and have local split-screen and four-player online co-op to boot.
You can check the announcement trailer out down below.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 was one of just a few games that we awarded an exemplary 5/5 score to in 2017. We found its multi-faceted quests to be a particular high point, and its deep characters and realized world only help to make the experience more immersive. You can check out our full thoughts on the game here.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 is set to hit the PS4 and Xbox One sometime in August, though no specific date has been announced just yet.