Larian Studios has revealed the changes that are being made to Divinity: Original Sin II on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
During a pre-E3 event (via PC Gamer), Bandai Namco offered a closer look at the Definitive Edition that will feature a new Story Mode difficulty setting that lets players flee battle and a new optional tutorial level.
As well as these changes, the game’s third act is being overhauled, with new dialog, new voice work, new combat encounters, and updated characters.
Other changes include a journal rework, new menus for console inventory management, and a new party inventory screen.
Xbox One owners can download and try the first three hours of the game for free right now. Players can also unlock the entire first act (around 20 hours) by pre-ordering the game from the Xbox Store.
Divinity: Original Sin II Definitive Edition launches in August for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. While PC players will get the above changes via a free update.