- Wasteland 2 enters beta for backers, Steam Early Access tomorrow
- The Elder Scrolls Online to launch in April for PC, June for consoles
- Rayman Legends bounding onto PS4 and Xbox One in 2014
- Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes mission, bonus videos a go
- Company of Heroes 2 DLC and free maps released, original patched
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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Divinity II: Developer’s Cut
The recently announced Developer’s Cut of Divinity II is now available on Steam. The $19.99 release includes the definitive version of Divinity II, Dragon Knight Saga, and the Flames of Vengeance expansion, plus access to Developer Mode. Gamers who already own Ego Draconis or Dragon Knight Saga on Steam will be able to download Developer’s Cut for free. In Developer Mode, players will be able to tweak the game along the same lines as the developers, playing as various characters, unlocking powers, combining powers, and whatever else they can cook up from the command line.
It’s been a busy week for Larian Studios. First, the announcement of the limited edition Divinity Anthology Collector’s Edition, and now, a new ‘Pay What You Want’ initiative with GOG.com. From now until October 18, gamers who have yet to try one or all of Larian’s Divinity collection—Divine Divinity, Beyond Divinity, and Divinity II—have the chance to snag any or all at a discounted price.
As hard as it is to believe, it’s been 10 years since Divine Divinity hit store shelves. To celebrate the anniversary, Larian Studios has announced the release of a new premium bundle: Divinity Anthology Collector’s Edition. Limited to 25,000 units, the set includes Divine Divinity, Beyond Divinity, and Divine Divinity II: Developer’s Cut (original game, Flames of Vengeance expansion, and access to Developer Mode), as well as a host of extras: two soundtracks, a 130-page Developer’s Journal, sticker set, two double-sided posters, and two codes for exclusive in-game items for next year’s Divinity: Dragon Commander and Divinity: Original Sin.