Divinity: Original Sin Adds Two New Companions in Free DLC Update

By Andrew Matt

September 15, 2014

Larian Studios has added some sweet new DLC to Divinity: Original Sin today. The Bear and the Burglar DLC is a free add-on available through Steam that streamlines co-op dialogue and adds two new companions with unique stories to the game.

The two new companions feature a ranger named Bairdotr and a rogue named Wolgraff. Bairdotr is a curious and loyal character equipped with a bow, on a quest to rescue the druid of the forest to save Homeforest.  Wolfgraff, on the other hand, is a rogue who has made quite the killing of stealing coins from a wishing well in Cyseal, but also seeks revenge for the Dark Sourcery that took his voice away as a boy. You can check out their concept art at the bottom of the page.

You can find both companions in Cyseal after downloading the DLC and starting a new game. Unfortunately they won’t pop up if you are midway through a campaign.

Divinity: Original Sin just crossed over 500,000 units sold recently and broke even on its development costs, impressive for a PC exclusive RPG that was crowdfunded on Kickstarter. The developers promise more content will be added to the game in the months to come, so keep an eye out for new ways to experience Rivellon. Check out our review and you can go pick up Divinity: Orginal Sin on PC for $39.99 right now if it sounds up your alley.

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Andrew was enraptured by video games at a young age by series such as Pokémon and The Legend of Zelda. A self-proclaimed recovered Dota 2 addict, you can find him enjoying the best games that the PC has to offer. Outside of writing about video games, Andrew enjoys binging Netflix, reading a good book and throwing money at anything and everything Star Wars related. He probably finds your lack of faith disturbing.

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