The Divinity: Original Sin Alpha is Now Live, Bug Testing is Ongoing

on December 18, 2013 8:22 AM

For all you fans out there, Larian Studios announced that the alpha build for Divinity: Original Sin is now live and ready to play.

The alpha has 10 to 15 hours of gameplay but naturally is missing a few gameplay features such as co-op and companions, as well as the music not being optimized yet. Of course there are plenty of generic bugs still in the game right now but the team is bug-testing alongside players so those shouldn’t be much of an issue. Here is a list of all known bugs so far.

The next big update for Original Sin will be in January and will most likely involve co-op and the companions feature. If you need help with getting started on the alpha, go here for instructions. You can also check out the video posted for even more general information.

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