Belgium-based Larian Studios is holding a Kickstarter for its turn-based, open-world RPG Divinity: Original Sin. The developer says it's hitting up Kickstarter to make the game, which was announced last year, the best it can be.

"There's a lot of potential in the game systems we've created so far, so we want to invest everything we can into pushing them further and unlocking their full potential," said Larian Studios founder Swen Vincke. "If we get the extra support from our fans now, I'm very confident that we'll be able to make something truly exceptional."

The money will be used to expand the development team and increase the content found in the game. Larian is on a good track to make its goal, with (as of this writing) $164,000 pledged of a $400,000 goal and 28 days to go.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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