Divinity: Original Sin, Larian Studios' current Kickstarter campaign, achieved its $700,00 stretch goal and will include music from a symphonic orchestra.
The achievement was documented in the latest update. In celebration of the goal, all Kickstarter backers will receive a free digital copy of "a very unique Divinity audio CD" that will include remastered and remixed music from Beyond Divinity and Divine Divinity.
"This will be a first in the history of the Divinity games and we'll release moving pictures once the recordings are in progress," The update reads.
The update also includes a video promising that all expansions added to the game's editor will be made available to the game's community. You can watch above for an example of what the editor is capable of.
Divinity: Original Sin's funding campaign ends April 26. The Kickstarter has already raised more than $717,000 of its $400,000 goal with the help of over 15,000 backers. It achieved its $500,000 stretch goal on April 15.
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