Today, Larian Studios invited Mac and Linux RPGamers to join the party that Windows users have been a part of for the last year-and-a-half. Effective immediately, Divinity: Original Sin is available to users of these platforms via both Steam and GoG. To sweeten the deal, the new version is the "Enhanced Edition", featuring bonuses like new content, weapons, quests, spells, full voice overs, new game modes, controller support, and split-screen local co-op.
Divinity: Original Sin casts players in the role of a Source Hunter, tasked with tracking down users of especially vile magic. While on what appears to be a by-the-numbers murder investigation, you are drawn into a deep plot that threatens even time itself. Featuring turn-based combat and party-oriented gameplay, the developers hope to hook new players into the fantasy world of Rivellon, since the sequel has already been slated for a December 2016 release.