Divinity: Dragon Commander pre-orders net Imperial Edition immediate beta access

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 28 June 2013 19:52 GMT

Divinity: Dragon Commander is available for pre-order and those who reserve early, will be upgraded to the Imperial Edition at no cost.

The Imperial Edition includes the following:

  • A unique development documentary video
  • An extra campaign map that has dragons fight for control of the Earth
  • A golden skin for your Dragon Emperor
  • A beautifully remastered version of the soundtrack by Kirill Pokrovsky
  • Dragon Commander’s best kept secret: an overview of all the choices and consequences in the game
  • Immediate beta access through Steam

Larian has started sending out beta access codes to those who bought the game as part of the Divinity: Original Sin Kickstarter, and if you haven’t already pre-ordered, you can do so through Steam, GOG.com, Amazon.de and the Larian Vault.

Those who have already pre-ordered the game will be auto-magically upgraded to the Imperial Edition.

Game’s out August 6 for $39.99.

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