Divinity: Original Sin launches in full on June 20, marking a return to PC screens for Larian Studio's RPG series - with a little help from its friends. A Mac version is also on the way at a later date.
The game that came up with Sin before Final Fantasy X, SiN and the Bible (ok, maybe not) is currently on Steam Early Access, where Larian's been steadily inundating it with updates. There are a few more additions on the way today, with Larian including everything from "much cooler treasure" to in-game chat and 135 new music tracks. If you're interested, there's still plenty of time to join the Early Access club ahead of June's launch, but it will set you back $40.
Original Sin is set long before the events of the original 2002 game, Divine Divinity. That heritage is echoed in what Larian's promising to be a "back-to-the-roots" RPG adventure, albeit with the more modern touch of online and local drop-in/drop-out two-player co-op.