Divinity: Original Sin postponed until June 30th, but you can still play the Early Access version while you wait

Divinity: Original Sin delay

What’s 10 days? Only a week and a half, which isn’t very long at all. But a lot can happen in that space of time, like the finishing touches being added to Divinity: Original Sin. Unfortunately Larian’s Early Access RPG is going to miss its original release date of June 20th, instead launching on June 30th. 

Can you handle the wait? If you can’t, the Early Access version will still be playable until the launch date, so all is not lost. 

Larian says it still needs to add a bit of spit and polish to the game, stamping out bugs and adding voice overs.

“This is going to give us the time we need to get everything integrated,” Larian informed backers. “We know we’re testing your patience, but you can rest assured that we’re as keen as you to release – it’s high time we get this game out of our hands and into yours.”

10 days strikes me as a small sacrifice if it ensures that the game comes out in tip top shape.

What do you lovely lot reckon?

Cheers, Eurogamer.