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Divinity: Original Sin II

Divinity: Original Sin's board game funded in four hours

We even have a trailer for the game, which transfers elements of the acclaimed RPG into the physical space.

Larian Studios and Lynnvander Studios have announced that Divinity: Original Sin - The Board Game has landed on Kickstarter, and what's more is that it's been funded in just four hours.

We even have a new trailer to show what the board game is about, since its a cooperative, story-driven tabletop game with choice and consequence. New playable characters Farzanah and Vali have been announced as well, joining characters from Divinity: Original Sin 2, teaming up to explore Fort Joy and beyond.

"Creating an analogue adventure game that you could enjoy at home with your friends and family has been something we've wanted to do for a very long time. We've been on the lookout for a partner who could successfully capture the Divinity: Original Sin experience in a board game format. After many, many prototypes, we're delighted to say Lynnvander have really come up with something that hit the core of what we tried to do with Divinity," says Swen Vincke, founder of Larian Studios.

Magic, combat, crafting, replayability, loot, and more form the essence of the adventure, and as you can see below, the game includes a board, four player boards, 16 dice, 270 tokens, 851 playing cards, and minatures. There's even a Chronical System letting players impact their own adventure and the future of the game.

You can check out the Kickstarter page right here.

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