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Classes from Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition
Classes from Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Combat Trailer

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Divinity: Original Sin is an old-school top-down hardcore RPG that’s quite popular on the PC and is now finally coming to consoles this October 27th.  Larian Studios has released a combat trailer for the console version of Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition. The trailer showcases how the player can execute different combat tactics using the world’s environment and a variety of elemental spells. Overall, the gameplay looks promising and if you’ve been craving for a classic RPG then look no further. It’s also worth nothing that Divinity: Original Sin 2 was successfully funded on Kickstarter earlier on September 30th. Check out the trailer down below and look forward to our review in the coming weeks.

Divinity Original Sin – Enhanced Edition Reveals Its Combat Trailer

“Larian Studios’ multi-award winning RPG is nearing release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Having revealed the online and offline cooperative features with its Co-op Trailer, today’s Combat Trailer introduces a new generation to the combat of Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition. Discover how turn-based combat performs effortlessly on gamepads thanks to the intuitive control system and UI designed for consoles.

The combat in Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition, is both torturously tactical, or bright and breezy! It just depends on your play-style and the level of difficulty you picked. The Enhanced Edition comes with three new difficulty modes: Honor, Tactician, and Explorer, each offering a new, tailor-made experience honing on different play-styles.

Take advantage of crowd control spells such as petrify, charm, and freeze – required in the harder difficulty settings, or simply ignite, enflame, poison, and electrify your way through the world – zapping water under-foot to shock, or engulfing the enemy in flames by igniting a near-by oil barrel.

It’s all about using the skills at your party’s disposal to supplement each of their player-defined roles. Although featuring 12 classes (including a new class, the Inquisitor), Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition is really classless. You can mix and match as you develop your characters, chaining abilities and taking advantage of environmental aspects such as water, ice, oil on the floor, and steam clouds, things like that.

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 27.”


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