Larian Studios has announced that the release date for the upcoming, co-op fantasy RPG, Divinity: Original Sin, has moved back slightly, from June 20 to June 30.
While Divinity: Original Sin has been going through rigorous testing thanks to a huge community playing on Steam Early Access, there are still a few more finishing touches required before launch. The team wants to deliver the best possible game at release, rather than a game they're not 100% happy with, and will use the extra time to add voice-overs for a range of characters, as well as a number of bug fixes to make for a well-polished experience.
Players who have purchased a copy of the game via Steam Early Access will still be able to enjoy it until release, and Larian apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause players who have been patiently waiting for Original Sin's release.
Acclaimed indie developer Alan Zucconi and UK independent publisher Mastertronic are delighted to announce the launch of 0RBITALIS on Steam Early Access.
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ÆRENA: Clash of Champions has relaunched on Steam Early Access, bringing new content, a new interface, and a progression system with rewards to the tactical game of multiplayer combat.
Just a day after opening the flood gates of the Titanfall beta for Xbox One users, Respawn Entertainment has just announced that the beta will be opened to Windows PC players. The announcement was made via their twitter account, and appears to be aimed at stress testing the game and the servers supporting multiplayer.
The beta will be opened to anyone who registered their interest before midnight of the 15th of Feburary, UK time. For those who registered, Titanfall will now be available through EA’s Origin store. Yesterday, when speaking about opening the beta for Xbox players, Respawn founder Vince Zampella stated that the company wanted to “max stress it”.
Respawn Entertainment may be learning from the mistake of another EA developer, EA DICE, who experienced massive problems when they released Battlefield 4 late last year. With so many issues with the game, EA saw their stock prices suffered and are fighting legal battles due to misleading investors.
Titanfall will be released midway through March.
Here are the details of the update, which is now available on Steam