Divinity: Original Sin 2 Character and CE Unveiled

Larian Studios introduces Fane, the final origin character in Divinity: Original Sin 2, and a member of the Undead race that was recently revealed for the RPG sequel. They also unveil a Collector's Edition to appeal to Divinity: Original Sin 2 collectors, offering a statue and other physical goodies priced at USD $169.00. You can read more about this and/or order a copy on the Larian Merchandise Store, where they warn only 1000 units are available. There are details in a Kickstarter update and there's even more in this video. Here's word:
Larian Studios has today announced Fane, the sixth and final origin character in Divinity: Original Sin 2. Fane is undead, the final playable faction in the game, and appears as a ghoulish skeleton to the denizens of the world of Rivellon. Undead characters are much more than spooky skeletons, however, and include some fundamentally different gameplay mechanics in Divinity: Original Sin 2.

Larian Studios has also today unveiled full details on the Divinity: Original Sin 2 Collector’s Edition. One thousand units of the Collector’s Edition are now available for $169 on a completely new and revamped Divinity: Original Sin 2 website, including an all new online shop, at shop.larian.game. The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • A Steam key for Divinity: Original Sin 2
  • Box featuring art of each of the four major races of Rivellon
  • A combination velvet-lined dice tray and Dungeon Master’s Screen, featuring art of the Mask of the Shapeshifter on the outside, and the Hall of Echoes on the interior
  • A 10.2-inch figurine of Fane, featuring interchangeable skull head and rotating Mask of the Shapeshifter
  • A Chronicles of Reaper’s Coast lorebook
  • A Compendium of Riveollonian Artwork art book
  • Color printed map of Reaper’s Coast
  • Full Divinity: Original Sin 2 instruction manual

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MoreLuckThanSkill wrote on Sep 1, 2017, 13:15:
We're living in the next golden age of RPGs, gentlemen(I'd say and ladies, but this is bluesnews). A resurgence that's probably better than the BG2 era, to be honest.

It's just too bad the real world is complete shit right now.

Could the two be connected?

I think it would only be a valid resurgence if big developers and publishers served that genre.... as it is, we got a few gems coming but that is always the case, true RPG's, far reaching as BG2 or Torment or even the first Dragon Age or the Mass Effect trilogy, are not gonna come from big AAA developers ever again I fear.


CD Project might be the only exception.

And yes, I realize we get (it seems) every console RPG with decent sales ported to steam nowadays so that's good too
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