Divinity 2 is out on the shelves in India, but it’s not a free upgrade, as it comes with a $39 USD fee for the full version.
The game is currently priced at Rs. 59.99, but this price has been lowered to Rs. 45.99 for the Deluxe Edition.
It is also available in the US at Rs 59.98 for the US version, and Rs. 71.98 in the UK.
Divinity 2 Deluxe Edition includes a new game-based tutorial mode, a brand new character and a new tutorial map, as well as a new character customization option called the Divine Praises, which lets you change your character’s look and skills.
You can also unlock additional skills like divine fire, and new items that can be unlocked through missions.
You also get a new class that includes a bow and arrow, and a weapon named the Divine Protector.
The Divine Protector is a sword that shoots holy water.
It costs 500 Gold to upgrade and is obtained by completing missions in the game.
Divine Praises is a class that lets you equip a bow, a sword, a shield, and two shields, as per your choice of class.
You have a limited number of Divine Praise slots and can only equip one at a time.
The Divine Protector comes with two bows, one for each class, and can be upgraded to three by equipping a Divine Protector’s weapon and the Divine Protection’s shield.
Divination 2 is the second game in the series that the developer, Deep Silver, is bringing to the Indian market.
The first game was released in 2014.
Deep Silver’s first title was the first-person shooter, World of Warcraft.
The studio was founded by former Blizzard executive, Mark Kern.