Divinity: Original Sin EE Debuts For Linux, Warns Of Possible Driver Issue
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 23 December 2015 at 01:13 PM EST. 22 Comments
The enhanced edition of Divinity: Original Sin, a fantasty RPG video game originally funded through Kickstarter, is now available for Linux.

This highly-acclaimed game, Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition, is now available for Linux gamers -- just in time for those fortunate enough to have extra gaming time around Christmas. The enhanced edition of this game features, "With hours of new content, new game modes, full voiceovers, split-screen multiplayer, and thousands of improvements, there's never been a better time to explore the epic world of Rivellon!"

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition was released for Windows back in October while today marks the Linux debut. The SteamOS/Linux system requirements for this game note that Fedora and Ubuntu are both supported. The graphics require a "OpenGL 4.x compliant video card", but there's a disclaimer about using AMD graphics on Linux. The Linux system requirements warn, "ATI video cards might have rendering defects. This is game issue and will be fixed soon."

You can find this game via the Steam Store where it's currently on sale for $26 rather than the $39 USD list price thanks to the Steam Winter Sale.
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