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Divinity: Original Sin, a Kickstarted classic turn-based RPG, is developer Larian Studios' fastest selling title.
In an interview with Eurogamer, Larian boss Swen Vincke shared some of the game's success. "We're very happy about it. And to be honest we didn't expect it. We thought it was going to do well but not this well," Vincke said. Vincke also said that the feedback the team gained from putting the game up as an early access title was invaluable saying it was worth its weight in gold.
Right now, the studio is working on adding new content to the game saying the game isn't complete, but as far as its next game goes, the team does not have anything planned at the moment.
For more on Divinity: Original Sin, head here to see our Test Chamber for the game. Make sure to keep an eye out for our review of the game, which should be posting soon.
Our TakeLarian Studios has dabbled in RTS and third-person action RPGs with its Divinity franchise, but it sounds like it found the sweet spot with Original Sin. I'm glad to see the Kickstarter success story become launched success story, as well.
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