Divinity Original Sin: The Board Game Hits $1 Million in Funding

Divinity Original Sin: The Board Game Hits $1 Million in Funding

Last updated on December 11th, 2019

Larian Studios surpass $1 million dollars in backing for Divinity Original Sin: The Board Game.

Divinity Original Sin: The Board Game Hits $1 Million in Funding

After launching their Kickstarter for Divinity Original Sin: The Board Game, Larian not only reached their reached their original goal within the first day, but has almost times that ten fold with reaching over $1 million in backing.

The campaign which has 11 days to go, has already reached all stretch goals and will now gain new playable character, quest, miniatures, bosses and more. But it seems this isn’t the end of the road for further content, as their latest update 11 shares they are now working on what else they can add, as these further additions weren’t factored in, in the original game.

The board game will stay true to what fans love about Divinity, letting players adventure through either alone or play with up to 4 players. Each character will determine your traits and abilities with a story that follows the origins of that character. The board game uses the Chronicle System which means your choices will also impact the future of board game in terms of expansions. If you want to learn more about the board game you can watch/read our Divinity Original Sin 2 Comes To Table Top.

If this project has caught your attention and you wish to back it, you can visit the Divinity Original Sin The Board Game Kickstarter which only has 11 days to go.


If you want to know more about Divinity Original Sin and Divinity Original Sin 2, be sure to drop by our wiki to learn more about the RPG video game.

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One comment on “Divinity Original Sin: The Board Game Hits $1 Million in Funding”

  1. Mertex says:

    Loved Divinity OS, and I love board games. Looks like this one is going on the "boardgames to buy" list.


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