Larian Studios' crowdfunded isometric turn-based RPG, Divinity: Original Sin, is set for release on 20th June.
The sprawling fantasy epic features optional drop-in/drop-out co-op with co-op dialogues, loads of narrative choices, a dynamic open-world, and a classless progression system that lets you approach the game's sole goal however you see fit.
Divinity: Original Sin is currently available on Steam Early Access for £29.99. Eurogamer contributor Richard Cobbett really enjoyed its incomplete iteration and called it "a great start for a RPG with big ambitions" in his Divinity: Original Sin Early Access review.
In the meantime, Larian has released the following trailer commemorating the one year anniversary since it wrapped up its Kickstarter campaign with $944,282, more than doubling its $400K goal.