Divinity Anthology offered as pay-what-you-want bundle on Good Old Games

The Divinity Anthology, a collection of Larian Studios' Divinity role-playing titles, is available in Good Old Games' first-ever pay-what-you-want bundle for the next week.

The Anthology comes with Divine Divinity (2002), the spinoff Beyond Divinity (2004) and a "developer's cut" of full sequel Divinity 2: Ego Draconis (2009). It will be available on Oct. 16 for $29.99, with Divinity 2: Developer's Cut — which includes Divinity 2 and the Divinity 2: Flames of Vengeance expansion — scheduled to arrive on Oct. 18.

But Good Old Games customers can set their own fair price for the package. Paying any price will unlock Divine Divinity, and paying more than the average (currently just over $10.50) will unlock Beyond Divinity, each of which regularly costs $5.99. And anyone who pays at least $19.99 will get the whole bundle, including one day of early access to Divinity 2: Developer's Cut.

Each of the games offers at least six GOG-exclusive "goodies," such as artwork and soundtracks. The Anthology itself comes with extras such as two soundtrack albums and a 130-page Developer's Journal including a digital art book. The pay-what-you-want promotion will expire at 8 p.m. ET on Oct. 17.

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