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Forums - Gaming Discussion - Divinity: Original Sin II coming to PS4 and Xbox One in August

Faelco said:

Wrong, PC have Valve/Steam "1st party" games :D

 

I wonder if the controls on console for Divinity are good... If it is, I might wait for the console release to go further in the game, but I have no idea... I might finish my current run and then do a solo run on console later  

Valve can't count to 3 though

 

I imagine the devs would have had the time to design the console version for gamepad use, as they did with the PC version with gamepad+M+K support.



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The more people get a chance to play it, the better. I don't see why the game wouldn't work on Switch from a technical standpoint, so really the only question is whether or not there's enough financial incentive for them to bring it over. Not just in terms of profitability, but in terms of whether it's worth diverting the man hours required to port it (and I honestly don't have any kind of idea as to how much work that is exactly).



I need to pick this up soon. I heard good things about it



Chazore said:

Valve can't count to 3 though

Yeah, Gabe Newell is proof that you don't even need the most extremely basic maths skills in order to succeed at life... seriously guys, hurry the fuck up and learn what comes after two, I'm waiting for so many sequels! 



Great news. The more pc games that come to consoles the better. Hopefully this trend continues into next gen.



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Chazore said: 

Valve can't count to 3 though

That's the joke, having Valve as a kinda first party developer means no first party games :P (for now anyway)



John2290 said:
Angelus said:
The more people get a chance to play it, the better. I don't see why the game wouldn't work on Switch from a technical standpoint, so really the only question is whether or not there's enough financial incentive for them to bring it over. Not just in terms of profitability, but in terms of whether it's worth diverting the man hours required to port it (and I honestly don't have any kind of idea as to how much work that is exactly).

Wrong thread dude. Agreed though. 

lol woops

massive derp



epicurean said:
Do you need to play the first to enjoy the second? I have a backlog now but would like to play the sequel, and wasn't sure what games I was going to get this fall/winter besides RDR2.

Why not play the first one while waiting for the sequel to sort itself out.

If you buy these kinds of games at launch, you will be spending the first six months to a year on developer forums complaining about bugs.

If you wait enough, the game might not be as "hip" and current anymore, but you'll get a much better experience and probably some DLC to go with it. And for cheaper.



Faelco said:
Chazore said: 

Valve can't count to 3 though

That's the joke, having Valve as a kinda first party developer means no first party games :P (for now anyway)

Microsoft is a first party publisher, on PC too.



Chazore said:
Cerebralbore101 said:
It's like PS4, and PC are so close to each other now. PC has started to get all the little niche japanese games like Nier, Tales of Berseria, and Ni No Kuni. In return PS4 gets ports of PC games like Divinity, and Pillars of Eternity. It's a win, win!

except for the case of 1st party, which PC has none of, as well as the power to "lock" a game to a system on purpose.

Not sure if I understand what you mean by the power to lock a game to a system. Do you mean PC doesn't have the power to lock a game to a system, or do you mean PS4 doesn't have the power to lock a game to the system?