Have you played Divinity: Original Sin 2 and would like to try something new but with similar thrilling gameplay? You’re in luck because today, we’ll be showing you the 11 best games like Divinity: Original Sin.
With over 70hrs of intense questing and gameplay, Divinity: Original Sin became a massive hit at the time of its debut in 2014 and was quickly tagged one of the best RPG games because of its depth, engaging quest, and combat challenges.
For the lovers of Divinity: Original Sin, here’s a list of similar games that you will enjoy playing. We have also attached videos to them for you to have an idea of their gameplay. Alright then, let’s get started.
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Similar Games To Divinity: Original Sin 2
Here are some of the best titles like Divinity: Original sin 2 to play today.
1. Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
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Available on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC.
Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is a classic storytelling isometric role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment. It’s the sequel to Pillars of Eternity released in 2015 and just like its prequel, it’s set in the fantasy world of Eora.
5yrs after the event of 2015’s Pillars of Eternity, Eothas, the god of light and rebirth believed to be dead violently awakens in Eora. Eothas’s awakening drains the soul of everyone around him including a portion of the soul of a Watcher who almost dies from this event.
Berath, the god of death, restores the watcher’s soul in exchange for becoming his herald and pursuing Eothas to discover his sinister plans and find answers that can save the world.
Players get to assume control of a watcher and embark on this quest along with a crew of other watchers to save the world from this crazy god.
2. SpellForce 3
Available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.
Developed by Grimlore Games, SpellForce 3 is an amazing game set in a fantasy world of EO, that combines role playing and real-time strategy. It’s strategy-based game that can be played alone or with other online players.
In this game, you get to craft your hero and equip them with weapons, armor and other equipments that can aid them in battle.
With your hero and the help of other companions, you get to explore the land EO, gather resources, and engage in epic and intense battles against other armies with the aim of conquering the land.
3. Disco Elysium
Available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, Stadia, and PC.
Disco Elysium is a story-driven, point and click, isometric role-playing game built around the story of a drunken detective who wakes up amnesic, with no memory of where he is or what he is doing.
With a decision-based gameplay where player choices determine the events of the game, players assume the role of this detective to solve the case of the hanged man and find the murderer. As you progress through the game, you’ll discover there’s a bigger crime and the hanged man is just a cover-up.
Unlike most RPGs that feature combats, Disco Elysium doesn’t feature any traditional combat system. It features dialogue trees where players are given choices to select from and also skill checks.
4. Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition
Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, IOS, Android and PC.
Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition is an isometric role-playing game developed by Overhaul Games. It features a thrilling gameplay that puts your combat skills and strategy to the test.
This edition combines the original Baldur’s Gate game and Baldur’s Gate: Tales of the sword expansion with additions such as new areas, characters, items, etc. It’s the core game with some extra additions
Before starting your adventure, you need to create your own character by selecting your character’s gender, class, skills, race, etc.
After creating your character, you embark on several quests including side quests which can earn you some important items that can be used in the game and also engage in intense battles.
5. Wasteland 2
Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Wasteland 2 is an amazing story-driven role-playing game set in a post-apocalyptic world. Played from a third-person perspective, it features both open-world exploration and a turn-based combat system to give RPG fans the best RPG experience.
Before starting your adventure in this game, you build your character first and build a team of four other desert rangers. After this, you’ll be given missions to embark on with your team.
Wasteland 2 features a gameplay in which you are rewarded or face consequences for your decisions.
Available on PC
Tyranny is a role-playing game developed by Obsidian Entertainment.
The events in this game take place in a fantastical world between the Bronze and Iron Age where an all-powerful tyrant named Kyros takes over the majority of the world with force.
As conflict and rebellion take over the world, players must assume the role of a Fatebinder, a high-ranking official in Kyros’s army, and embark on a quest to restore order by making choices that will make an impact in restoring order in the world.
7. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
Available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
The Witcher 3 is a captivating fantasy action role-playing game based on Slavic mythology. It follows the story of a Witcher named Geralt of Rivia, who happens to be a monster slayer for higher, who searches for his adopted daughter who runs from the wild hunt.
With several hours of engaging quests and monster hunting, players assume control of Geralt and explore stunning locations, completing quests (main & side quests), slaying creatures, monsters, and other hostile humans.
With each quest completed, you’re rewarded gold and experience points which can be used to upgrade Geralt’s abilities and weapons.
It also features some sort of decision-based gameplay in which the endings in the game are determined by player choices at some point in the game.
8. Pathfinder: Kingmaker
Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Pathfinder: Kingmaker is an isometric open-world, action role-playing game with real-time and turn-based combat system.
In this game, you get to create your hero or villain as you desire, explore the vast land, engage in combat, build your realm, and try to establish your rule over the land.
Available on PC.
Wartales is an adventure open-world RPG set in the medieval world of the Adorian Empire where a deadly plague turns its victims into ravenous beasts which causes the Adorian Empire to crumble.
In this game, you get to manage a group of mercenaries and explore the land to amass wealth with your fellow mercenaries.
During your gameplay, you get to explore and discover several regions in the game and also defend yourself against enemies and wildlife, Apart from engaging in combat, you need to take rest from time to time, pay wages, and consume enough food to replenish your health and survive as a group.
10. Weird West
Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Weird West is an action role-playing game set in a fantastical American frontier where men encounter supernatural creatures.
In this game, you get to play as five characters or heroes namely: the bounty hunter who searches for her kidnapped husband, the pigman who’s trying to hunt down the witch that turned him into a pig-like creature, the werewolf, the protector trying to defend his home, and the witch.
In this game, each character has its own unique motive and journey. Players get to experience all the character’s journey as they move from one chapter to another. It also features a dialogue system where your answers to questions would determine subsequent outcomes.
11. Divinity: Original Sin
Available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
What better game to appear on the list of similar games to Divinity: Original Sin than its prequel. Developed by Larian Studios, this installment is set centuries ahead of the events in its sequel, Divinity: Original Sin but with a better gameplay. Even if you haven’t played the prequel or any previous Divinity game installment, you can still hop on this game.
It features an isometric turn-based gameplay and follows a story in which Bishop Alexander declares sourcerers illegal. Four sourcerers come together to stand against Alexander and outrun the authorities. Players can play solo or co-op and form a team of four.
At the beginning of this game, players create their characters by selecting attributes like character class, gender, appearance, origin, and skills or choosing from the pre-tailored characters with backstories.
It’s important to get the character creation right as each race has a unique skill that cannot be changed.
To all the lovers of Divinity: Original Sin looking for games with similar interesting gameplay, we have helped you with finding games like Divinity.
Now it’s time for you to have fun by choosing one of these games and can even decide to try it all. Also, do stick around for more gaming and tech-related articles.
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