Larian releases Patch for Divinity: Original Sin 2 on iPad, adding Steam cross-save progression and new languages


Brazilian Portuguese and Latin-American Spanish are now added to the game, along with the ability to take your PC save on the go

Dublin, 2021 – Today, Larian Studios has unveiled the first major patch for Divinity: Original Sin 2 since the game was launched on iOS in May. With this update, fans of the award-winning RPG can now continue their adventures on the go with full Steam Cross Save functionality, allowing you to seamlessly share saves from iPad to PC and back again.

This is just one of many changes coming to the AAA port. Players can also expect to find over 50 new tweaks and improvements made to the iOS game, including newly-added overhead health bars, portrait-based targeting, and UI optimizations, as well as the long-awaited addition of Portuguese-Brazilian and Latin-American Spanish languages now available on all platforms.

Developed in partnership with game studio Elverils over the course of almost two years, Divinity: Original Sin 2 for iOS lets you enjoy the full 100+ hour AAA gameplay experience through the lens of the latest Apple hardware, giving you a truly mobile version of Larian Studios’ award-winning fantasy world. Since its release in spring, the iPad game now boasts a 98 Metacritic and has to date garnered a 4.7/5 user review score on the iOS store.

Winner of over 160 awards and nominations including a BAFTA, Divinity: Original Sin 2 lets up to four players explore a vast open-world sandbox of loot, turn-based combat, and stories with unprecedented branching narratives. Converse with crabs, gain insights from ghosts, or escape from your prison cell using a fingerbone to jimmy the lock. In addition to its iPad release this year, the game has launched on Windows PC in 2017, Xbox One and PS4 in 2018, and both macOS and Nintendo Switch in 2019.

About Larian Studios
Larian Studios is an independent RPG developer founded in 1996 in Ghent, Belgium. Over 300 people work between the seven worldwide studios in Ghent, St Petersburg, Quebec, Dublin, Guildford, Malaysia and Barcelona. Larian is best known for the Divinity universe, which they introduced to the world with Divine Divinity in 2002. In 2014, Larian launched Divinity: Original Sin, a classic CRPG that won over 150 awards and nominations. The company released its critically acclaimed sequel Divinity: Original Sin 2 on September 14, 2017, followed by the Definitive Edition in August 2018 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to a 93 Metacritic rating. The Nintendo Switch version released in September 2019 featuring cross save progression between Nintendo Switch and Steam. Divinity:Original Sin 2 won a Bafta for Best Multiplayer Game. In October 2020, Larian Studios released the Early Access version of Baldur’s Gate 3.