Isometric turn-based role-playing game Divinity: Original Sin launches on 30th June - 10 days later than expected.
Developer Larian Studios said there were still a few finishing touches to apply to the game before it leaves Steam Early Access. It will use the extra time to add voice-overs for a range of characters, and squash bugs.
"This is going to give us the time we need to get everything integrated," Larian told Kickstarter backers. "We know we're testing your patience, but you can rest assured that we're as keen as you to release - it's high time we get this game out of our hands and into yours."
If you've already bought the Steam Early Access version you'll still be able to play it until 30th June.
Larian tells Eurogamer Divinity: Original Sin will come out simultaneously on PC and Mac, and features cross-platform multiplayer play and a special laptop optimised mode, which lets you play using touchpad gestures.
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.