Divinity: Original Sin’s Kickstarter Ends with a Bang and a Retrospective
The Kickstarter campaign for Divinity: Original Sin has been a rousing success, closing out yesterday with nearly $1,000,000 in pledges. Larian Studios has posted a retrospective video that takes a look back at what the past month has brought for the company and its fans.
The project has raised $944,282 for the game, though the numbers outside of the Kickstarter were enough to reach the $1 million stretch goal of adding non-player character schedules to the game.
Larian Studios has posted a video in its final update, giving us a look back at some of the greatest hits of its Kickstarter campaign, starting from one hour before the launch of the project. It's interesting to see how much the project grew over the course of 30 days and how much support it's gathered.
We get to see the crew from Larian play with journalists like Jim Sterling from Destructoid and answer questions on a Reddit AMA, doing the best they can to gather support for the campaign and the game.
Watch the video below and let us know if you helped fund this great-looking role-playing game.