Divinity: Fallen Heroes Is A Tactical RPG Successor To Original Sin 2 (VIDEO)
The folks over at Larian Studios and Logic Artists have announced a brand new tactical RPG that acts as a follow-up and successor to Divinity: Original Sin 2. Revealed as Divinity: Fallen Heroes, the developer released an announcement trailer showing off some of what fans can expect from the upcoming title. Check it out below:
The new game will reportedly feature a heavier focus on the series’ tactical elements, and those interested will be able to try it out during PAX East. Fans can also look forward to seeing characters Malady, Fane, Ifane, Sebille, Red Emperor, Lohse, and Beast, with the option to play as Malady should they choose not to play as their character from the last game. Here’s the official description of the game from the developer:
“Divinity: Fallen Heroes is a new tactical game oozing with RPG elements, developed as a co-production between Larian Studios and Logic Artists. Faced with a new evil, we’re calling on YOU to command The Lady Vengeance and continue the story of Divinity: Original Sin 2.
Fallen Heroes marries rich tactical gameplay with RPG choices and consequences, and introduces a wealth of new features and mechanics to the D:OS 2 engine. It will be released on multiple platforms later in the year. Delve deeper into the world of Rivellon as you command your troops aboard the Lady Vengeance. Explore new lands and wield new weapons and skills. Build your squad and vanquish never-before seen corners of Rivellon. Divinity: Fallen Heroes features two player cooperative play as well as a single player mode.”
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