Divinity: Dragon Commander delayed, now comes with Master of Magic

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 12 June 2013 22:20 GMT

Oh hey, so you remember when we reported that pre-orders for Divinity: Dragon Commander had opened? It turns out Larian Studios and GOG.com changed their minds at the last moment, and that didn’t happen. The RPG is now scheduled for an August 6 launch; pre-orders have actually opened; and to make up for the delay it now comes with a free copy of classic 1994 RPG Master of Magic. Divinity: Dragon Commander goes for $40.

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