Divinity: Original Sin Begins the Countdown to Its Kickstarter’s End
The Kickstarter campaign for Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin is coming to a close very soon and it seems like the developer is all but ready to start playing “The Final Countdown” by Europe.
The last few updates have been filled with a plethora of information and videos as Larian Studios runs through the last three days of Divinity: Original Sin’s Kickstarter campaign, sitting at $644,883 pledged as of this writing.
The $650,000 stretch goal has been achieved, meaning that the game will now feature personality traits and talents that will help you in combat, in dialogue, and other interactions. Hopefully this will make for a more personal, customizable gaming experience for role-playing fans.
And so a new stretch goal has been added at the $700,000 mark that will unlock a live orchestra for the Divinity: Original Sin’s composer, Kirill Pokrovsky.
There’s also a slew of new videos that feature YouTube celebs playing bits of the game and giving their thoughts on the gameplay in its alpha state.
Check out the posts on the project’s update page and then offer up some of your moolah if you like what you see.