Divinity: Original Sin 2 sells nearly 500k

Strong sales mean a console release is likely.

Indie RPG sequel Divinity: Original Sin 2 has reached almost 500,000 sales in the four days since release.

The early signs of success are very promising for those hoping for a console release, as developer Larian Studios had been waiting to see how the sequel performed.

The team is currently committed to supporting the PC launch and sorting server troubles, but signs indicate a console version will follow.

It took over a year for the first title to make the jump from PC, but with the experience gained from the first game, we hope Divinity: Original Sin 2 will find a home on the TV soon, too.

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