GOG vs. Steam divinity-original-sin-01

Divinity: Original Sin is a hot turn-based RPG that features an exciting co-op mode, a level editor, an epic story and more.

Because GOG and Steam are selling Divinity: Original Sin with significantly different offers, I figured that it would be fun and informative to compare those offers in the chart below:


GOG Steam
Cost (as of July 12, 2014): $39.99


Fair Price Package:* Yes No
DRM: No No
Requires client to download: No Yes
Automatic updates: No Yes
Special features:
  • Divinity Engine (level editor)
  • Captions
  • Divinity Engine (level editor)
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
  • Steam Workshop
Bonus content:
  • 3 Wallpapers
  • 20 Avatars
  • 43 Artworks

Winner: The Steam version of Divinity: Original Sin offers the best value, because that version includes Steam Workshop support in which you can install mods with one click. Although there's only one mod in that Workshop as of this writing... that feature will be a blast once more players uploads their mods.

Notes: Once GOG launches their optional Galaxy client, their version of Divinity: Original Sin will include automatic updates, and potential achievements.

*If you're adversely affected by the regional pricing plan, GOG will compensate you with bonus codes. Please note that offer is as of this writing and is subject to change.

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