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Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition will be delayed for Linux and Mac


So the way things look right now, #Laria Studios have delayed the Linux and Mac #release even further for Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition. So on October 27, we will not see an official #port, only Windows PC. And according to the details below, the native port is being polished for an early December release.

Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition will be out on Windows PC, PS4 and Xbox One on October 27. Mac and Linux will be right on their tail, arriving at the beginning of December as we finalise the ports. We know it’s been quite a wait, but it’ll be worth it!

Despite the fact that we had access to Divinity: Original Sin back in the Early Access days, we are taking the high road, where Larian have something impressive in store. And yes it is disappointing that we will not have Linux access on the same release day as PC, but obviously that gives us the insight that more development work is being done for smoother gameplay. And in the video below, Swen Vincke outlines, “it will be worth it”, which is a rather bold statement and one we are curious about. While highlighting quite rather nice game improvements.

We are excited for the upcoming release. Given Larian Studios current status on the ports, these are developers concerned about maintaining their solid standing in the community, which players can expect to see in that final release. Stay tuned for more updates.



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