Divinity Original Sin II – Definitive Edition Releases on Switch Today with Shared Cloud-Saves with Steam

Divinity Original Sin II – Definitive Edition Releases on Switch Today with Shared Cloud-Saves with Steam

The latest Nintendo Direct shared that the party based RPG Divinity Original Sin II – Definitive Edition by Larian Studios is coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop today.

Divinity Original Sin II – Definitive Edition Releases on Switch Today with Shared Cloud-Saves with Steam

The latest Nintendo Direct came with a few surprises, one being the immediate release of Divinity Original Sin II. One amazing detail is that you can use the cloud-saves from your Steam account with the Switch, meaning if you’ve started a playthrough on your PC, you can switch over to your Switch and continue playing. Divinity is not the first to gain cross-saves as Civilization VI also has this feature.

Divinity Original Sin II is a turn-based RPG with plenty to offer including an intriguing world and a number of unique characters. Choose your character’s race and origin which has a choice of 6 preset options. Or you can create your very own custom builds with a choice of Human, Lizard, Elf, Dwarf or Undead and number of classes to take on. The title also includes over 200 skills to master and devious AI to best.

You can also play with your friends online with up to four players. The Definitive Editions comes with all previously release downloadable content.

You can check out the screenshots and trailer below:

Divinity Original Sin II – Definitive Edition releases on the Nintendo Switch today for $49.99 via the Switch eShop and is currently available on Steam for $26.99. It is available to play on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4.


If you’re picking up Divinity Original Sin II on the Switch be sure to check out our guides including Divinity Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition: The Sourceror’s Guide To Lone Wolf and Divinity Original Sin 2 Builds: Occult Flamewielder (Mage). You can also read our Party Combinations guide to find out what classes and combinations work best.

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