Divinity: Original Sin 2 – The Four Relics of Rivellon free DLC out now

Larian Studios might be hard at work on Baldur’s Gate 3, but that hasn’t stopped them from also tinkering away on their hit RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2. Today they’ve dropped a new free Gift Bag DLC entitled The Four Relics of Rivellon for PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC.

This is the biggest Gift Bag yet, adding a bunch of new quest lines, stories and enemies – it’s been created in collaboration with Anshar Studios and Fools Theory.

You’ll be able ot hunt down four armour sets that are hidden away across Rivellon, as well as taking on fully voiced quests and the Undead Dragon boss.

The four armour sets are:

  • Captain Armour – A set of Armour that can dominate the minds of those around it. Each piece also boosts Lucky Charm, Persuasion and Bartering.
  • Vulture Armour – A light set of Armour that when complete, gives the wearer permanent vulture-like wings. Full set enhances range and damage dealt from higher ground.
  • Contamination Armour – An ancient set of Armour created from magic that was thought lost long ago. Each piece offers resistance to poison and the entire set grants immunity to poison along with a special ability to spawn exploding spores that will damage enemies in combat.
  • Devourer Armour – A set of Armour said to make its wearer almost invincible. In combat, the Armour will mark a certain target in range and any attacks on this target cannot miss and will deal extra damage.

The company have also announce the graphic novel Divinity: Original Sin – Godwoken, which tells the history of the six godwoken found in the game – Ifan, Lohse, Red Prince, Sebille, Fane and Beast – through over 300 pages of full colour graphic novel.

Divinity Original SIn 2 is the critically acclaimed sequel from Larian, out now for PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

In our 9/10 review of the Definitive Edition that landed on consoles and the PC version was update to last year, Steve heralded it as “almost certainly the finest RPG experience on the current generation of consoles.” All of the excellent work done in bringing the game to consoles with the Definitive Edition last year has carried forward.

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