Divinity: Original Sin release moves to spring

Lusty Early Access feedback being incorporated.  

The full release of tempting turn-based role-playing game Divinity: Original Sin will happen in spring.

It's available in alpha via Steam's Early Access program now, and it's incorporating feedback from that alpha the developer said has pushed things back.

"The extra time will be used to implement feedback received from Steam Early Access players and Kickstarter backers," a press release announced. "Larian is taking the time necessary to make it right and polished."

Divinity: Original Sin is £29.99 on Steam. It's a 10-15 hour chunk of the full game (that you'll get) at the moment, and it's a promising indication of things to come, as our writer Richard Cobbett discovered.

There's a new trailer, too.

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