Divinity: Original Sin started with a KickStarter campaign last year, but has grown much more since then with an alpha version even being posted for the RPG through Steam Early Access last month. However, it will no longer be meeting its scheduled release date of February 28, but now has a more vague release window of this spring.
The extra time will be used to implement feedback received from Steam Early Access players and Kickstarter backers. Divinity: Original Sin features a huge and reactive RPG world with unparalleled 2-player co-op, and Larian is taking the time necessary to make it right and polished. As the game approaches launch, the Steam Early Access version will continue to see frequent improvements, including bug fixes and some sizable content updates.
On top of this news of a new release date, Divinity: Original Sin developer Larian Studios has released a brand new trailer revealing this information. You can check out the trailer for yourself below: