Larian Studios delayed Divinity: Original Sin by 10 days today, citing the need for a few more finishing touches before the game can ascend out of Steam #EarlyAccess. Now Original Sin is to launch fully for Windows PC and Mac on June 30, and by then it’ll include a limited range of voice-overs thanks to the extra time. A #Linux version remains due at a later date.
Original Sin takes the RPG series into a new world of turn-based combat, and friends will be able to experience it across PC and Mac versions. As revealed last month, the game’s online two-player co-op works cross-platform while Steam cloud-saves are supported too.