Welcome to Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition bringing the multi-award winning RPG from Larian Studios to consoles with a slew of new features and additions. Today we’re focusing on the local and online cooperative experience an experience completely unique to this generation of consoles. Seamless, split-screen couch-coop that lets you fight quest, talk, and explore the world of Rivellon alone or together with a friend! Solving quests in Divinity Original Sin isn’t all about following map-markers you’ll need to search, explore, discover and inquire. Splitting up makes this all the more efficient. Or… less efficient. Player one is on board for escorting the archaeologist in Cyseal back to the town whereas player two seems to have different ideas… Split up to explore and interrogate the many characters in Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition. As one player seeks out his objective another may talk to the many characters in the game offering information about quests, characters, and objectives. Co-op puzzle solving will also require a little lateral team-work such as the Luculla Traps & Trials. But it’s not all about the exploration. As you travel in coop together the screen will seamlessly split as you travel apart giving each player his or her own screen space. Head into your inventory, skill up or even fight away from your friend without hindering his experience. Visit new areas such as caves and caverns without halting your friend’s progression with loading screens and fight independently leaving your partner free to continue doing whatever he was doing. And as in any partnership, there’s democracy served – as in real life – by rock-paper-scissors domination. Argue with one another over the direction of a quest and watch as your relationship changes between yourselves and your companions based on the dominant decision. You can’t always have it both ways! An elf may, for example, demand you kill the orc Victoria. You can kill the elf. You can kill the orc. You can tell the orc that the elf wants her dead and ask for her amulet to persuade him the deed is done. You can report the elf to the Legion. You can, of course, disagree about all of this. In Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition, co-operative play is as dynamic, open and co-operative as your personalities are. Pick a friend and dive in coming October 2015 to PS4 and Xbox One.