Sinfully indulgent old school-inspired RPG Divinity: Original Sin has finally launched on Steam Early Access today, promising to sneak into homes and steal countless hours of our lives. The bastard.
Currently containing the first 15 hours of the game along with the recently implemented, and by all accounts impressive, co-op, it's still a hefty chunk of content despite its alpha status.
Along with a big ol' campaign, online play and drop in and out local multiplayer, Original Sin will also come with a toolkit containing all the toys used to create the game - a modders treasure trove. While new content will be added during the Early Access phase, including new areas, the complete campaign won't be available until launch, so you'll have to wait to finish the story.