Divinity: Original Sin
Co-Op Fantasy Role-Playing
Divinity: Original Sin launches on the 30th, and we're expecting to have review code either today or early Monday. I know, I know; it's a bit late, but the team's busting their asses to make the game as good as it can be for launch.
Until then, enjoy this.Cow Simulator 2014 Trailer Featuring the Divinity Engine Toolkit
It??s an udderly exciting day as the best bovine mod for a Belgian-developed RPG launches with a mooving trailer that??s sure to satisfy the hunger in all four of your stomachs. In addition to highlighting the fine bovine action of the Cow Simulator 2014 mod, the trailer also features the beefy Divinity Engine Toolkit, which is now available for anyone who owns Divinity: Original Sin on Steam Early Access and will be included when the game officially launches on June 30.How to get the editor
If you already own Divinity: Original Sin on Early Access, open the Steam client and go to Library -> Tools and find the Divinity Engine Toolkit there. Cow Simulator 2014 is available with the toolkit. You??ll be able to test your mods right in the editor and sharpen your modding skills before the final game is unleashed upon the world next week.
So go ahead, have a cow. Your entertainment is at steak.How to use the editor
Modders looking for lessons should just check out this video in which Larian artists use the editor to turn Cow Simulator 2014 into an epic mod worthy of the cow simulation crown.About Divinity Engine Toolkit
Make new adventures that you can play in singleplayer or multiplayer
Create multiplayer campaigns with up to four players
You can modify the main campaign or create your own adventures
Write your own stories and dialogs
Create behaviors and scripts with easy-to-use scripting language
Alter existing or add new skills, stats and spells
One-click export to Steam Workshop
Add and manage your mods via Steam Workshop or inside the game