The highly anticipated followup to Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin can be now be experienced through Steam Early Access. This sequel maintains everything that made its predecessor so beloved and makes several additions and improvements. The Early Access build includes Act 1 of the campaign which is approximately eight to twelve hours of gameplay. Players will be able to select from four different races which include Human, Elf, Dwarf, and Lizard, and will be able to choose from one of four optional Origin Stories with unique quests and interactions, with eight schools of skills and spells are available to further customize the experience. Online co-op is available for up to four players, and if co-op turns sour the differences can be settled in the PvP arena with select maps. Additional features and content will be announced throughout the development cycle. Divinity: Original Sin 2 is coming soon to GOG with the Games in Development program.