Divinity II: Developer's Cut has already been available on GOG.com, but if you'd prefer going with Steam instead, that is now an option. As shown in the video above, the new developer's mode allows for some ridiculous scenarios and captures one of the best parts about PC gaming: having the freedom to make things go awry.
The original game was far off my radar until I started getting interested in Dragon Commander, but I never did get around to playing it. This new edition might warrant a download, by the looks of the video and the budget-oriented $19.99 price point. Owners of Divinity II: Ego Draconis or Divinity II: Dragon Knight Saga on Steam can nab it for free.
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