Back in March, Larian Studios announced that free Gift Bag DLC would be coming to Divinity: Original Sin 2. This one, titled Order & Magic, adds multiple new features across all platforms.
Additionally, the studio also tweeted that Nintendo Switch players will now be able to invite friends to join their game at any point in the adventure.
As for Order & Magic, it will be adding the following features (via Larian Forums):
- Pet Power
Pet Power greatly enhances the summoning class and its infusion spells. With this feature, you can cast infusion spells on all available summons, not just your own Incarnate. Each summons receives different skills depending on the base elemental infusion type.
- Combat Randomiser
When entering combat, one or more random enemies will receive one of the new special statuses created specially for this feature. Think you know how a particular fight is going to go down? Not any more! This will change everything you thought you knew about combat, with each battle presenting a fresh new challenge
- Nine Lives (Black Cat+)
Transforms the Black Cat into a follower. Once rescued, a whistle will appear in your inventory. You can use this if your cat gets lost or if you want to change who it follows.
- Improved Organisation
Find a collection of special bags that allow you to better (and automatically) organise your inventory.
- Sourcerous Sundries
In each major hub, you can now find a mysterious vendor selling exotic and potent artifacts. These artifacts can upgrade a character’s gear with immense power, bringing them up to the players’ current level.
Tired of forgetting to switch to your ‘haggling’ character when talking to traders? Now the reputation and skill of your whole party can help you wrangle the best prices!
The contents of this Divinity: Original Sin 2 DLC can be accessed through the in-game menu. Each feature can be independently enabled or disabled.
Once enabled, the features will roll over to your PC save from your Switch or vice versa if you have cloud save transfers enabled.
If you have the game on PC and were thinking of picking it up on Switch, you’ll be glad to know that it runs fairly well on the console.