A year of additional work on its isometric role-playing game Divinity: Original Sin has allowed developer Larian Studios to add, basically, more of everything. Most striking of all is the before-and-after footage shown side by side toward the end of the video.
The game is nearing a full Steam release on June 20, though it's currently available in an Early Access capacity for $39.99. A substantial update for this unfinished version of the game launched today and you can read all about what's new over here.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Divinity: Original Sin