Divinity: Original Sin returns to the naughty step until June 30

Larian Studios delayed Divinity: Original Sin by 10 days today, citing the need for a few more finishing touches before the game can ascend out of Steam Early Access. Now Original Sin is to launch fully for Windows PC and Mac on June 30, and by then it'll include a limited range of voice-overs thanks to the extra time. A Linux version remains due at a later date.

Original Sin takes the RPG series into a new world of turn-based combat, and friends will be able to experience it across PC and Mac versions. As revealed last month, the game's online two-player co-op works cross-platform while Steam cloud-saves are supported too.
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Divinity: Original Sin (5/18/14)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.