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Divinity Anthology Collector's Edition Announced
Larian Studios celebrates the Divinity series' 10th anniversary.
10.09.12 - 7:13 PM

Larian Studios today announced the Divinity Anthology Collector's Edition, a 10th anniversary bundle with the three major games in the series. Divine Divinity was of course, released ten years ago, followed by Beyond Divinity and later Divinity II. The bundle comes with these games, including a Developer's Cut of Divinity II, which comes with a Developer Mode so you can see the game from their perspective. This also means you can play the game as they did using developer commands like playing as a troll and fighting against a horde of goblins.

Other extras include two soundtracks, a 130-page developer's journal, sticker set, two double-sided posters, DLC codes for items in Dragon Commander and Divinity: Original Sin (both out next year), and a Steam key for all three games. Larian promises that a digital version of this package is being planned for sometime this month as well.

Here is Larian's brief look at the anthology.

Of the physical version, only 25,000 versions are being made and will be available in Europe, Australia, South Africa and other areas - oddly enough, North America was not specified. Regardless, the bundle will be priced at 29.99 and available soon. An exact date wasn't provided but this edition is said to be 'now on its way to retailers' - you can also order from their website to get a copy signed by the dev team.

Divinity II: Developer's Cut will also be available on GOG.com later this month.


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