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Divinity: Original Sin II Definitive Edition £17.99 (STEAM)
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Divinity: Original Sin II Definitive Edition £17.99 (STEAM)

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I appreciate this was the same price during the Steam summer sale however, 74 hours in I can't recommend this game enough. I'm not a huge RPG fan personally but I can't stop playing this and feel like I've barely scratched the surface.
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Excellent game. Also, if you library share with a friend or family, you can both play the game in online co-op, as the Steam version is also DRM-free. The second player just needs to launch the game via the .exe and then directly connect to player one.
NarcoReus19/09/2019 12:38

Excellent game. Also, if you library share with a friend or family, you …Excellent game. Also, if you library share with a friend or family, you can both play the game in online co-op, as the Steam version is also DRM-free. The second player just needs to launch the game via the .exe and then directly connect to player one.


I wasn't aware of this, thanks for the heads up. Just after i've convinced a friend to buy it...
NarcoReus19/09/2019 12:38

Excellent game. Also, if you library share with a friend or family, you …Excellent game. Also, if you library share with a friend or family, you can both play the game in online co-op, as the Steam version is also DRM-free. The second player just needs to launch the game via the .exe and then directly connect to player one.



Wolfenstain19/09/2019 13:59

I wasn't aware of this, thanks for the heads up. Just after i've convinced …I wasn't aware of this, thanks for the heads up. Just after i've convinced a friend to buy it...


Yeh, news to me as well! I had no idea.

I play this co-op split screen with a friend. It took about 140+ hours, over 10 months. Awesome game, I highly recommend it for co-op.
To get the full side quests and control of all characters consider starting the game initially with 4 play local, so you can select the characters, and their stats, etc. Immediately upon starting you could just disconnect the extra 3 players, and continue single player. If you pick up the extras as companions later then the companions will auto select some dialogue choices themselves, and also will start with certain stats you can't choose; though you can tweak them later.
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