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If you’ve been impatiently awaiting  Divinity: Original Sin II‘s August launch on console, you then’re in luck.   Yesterday, Microsoft accidentally announced the game will be available Wednesday, May 16th on Xbox Game Preview.

Yesterday, Microsoft’s in-home press website Xbox Wire comprised the favorite roleplaying game on its list of games to be released this upcoming week, however, it was immediately eliminated. Book Windows Central reached out to developer Larian Studios on Twitter who affirmed that the game will likely be linking Xbox Game Preview this week. They included that the console trailer, in addition to pricing info, will soon be shown on Monday, May 14th.

Divinity: Original Sin II was initially fully funded through a Kickstarter campaign in less than half an hour, also it sold over a million copies only a few months after its release from 2017.

Back in April, Larian Studios announced that Divinity: Original Sin II will definitely make its way to PlayStation 4 along with Xbox One in August 2018 after previously being readily available for Windows on Steam. Meanwhile, those who want to have a look at the original game in the series can catch it through Amazon.

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