Having not played the previous years game, I watched a few videos on YouTube to see if I could make any comparisons.
This game was easy for me to take on board, however it is not your typical RPG. The game itself is well built, with a good depth to it, and an array of challenges for the user to take on board.
The initial set up allows you to customise your characters to suit the way of which you play, which is a nice option to be built in. Unlike other RPG’s where I tend to find the customisation to be limited, divinity gives you a good option to start your game with.
When you initially start the game, you think oh no, this is going to take a while to get into, however if you persevere your in for a surprise. The interface is clear and concise, however the menu screens are seen to be somewhat complicated.
Having not had an opportunity to play the co-op or multiplayer it would be unfair for me to give you an overall view on all aspects of the game, however if you check back in a month I will expand this review to cover these.
At present I would give the individual gameplay an 8 out of 10, but my overall rating could rise if the other gameplay formats live up to expectations