Divinity: Original Sin is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this year in the form of the Enhanced Edition.
Larian Studios has announced Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition. An upgraded version of the classic RPG coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2015.
According to the developer, the new version will come with controller support, local co-op & splitscreen modes, as well as fully voiced characters. The story has also been reworked and the game now features a new ending.
All of these improvements and more are coming with the Enhanced Edition, which will be free to existing owners on PC. It will come as a new game and not an update to the original. In addition to getting its own separate listings, the Enhanced Edition won't support saves from the vanilla game, and will require a DirectX 11 graphics card and a 64-bit operating system.
Larian did not offer a release date but did say that more will be revealed at E3 next month.
The video diary below goes over the new features in more detail. Give it a watch: