Divinity: Original Sin 2 looks, plays, and feels incredible on Xbox One.
Divinity: Original Sin 2 was considered by many to be the best game of 2017, and for good reason: it had incredible writing, world-building, gameplay mechanics, and more. One of the best aspects about the title from a technical perspective was that, aside from minor framerate drops, it ran and played perfectly.
Now that the game is leaving Xbox Game Preview and making its way to Xbox One officially on August 31, we decided to see if this stellar design carried over to the official release on console. I’m pleased to say that, aside from a few minor complaints, it has.