The massive RPG Divinity: Original Sin 2 ($ 24.99) recently hit the iPad after it was previously revealed at WWDC. We featured it as our game of the week when it launched, and I’ve been enjoying my time with it for a while. Having previously played Divinity: Original Sin 2 on PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC, I was more than impressed with the iPad version. Read my review here. Today Divinity: Original Sin 2 receives its first update since launching in the App Store with a plethora of fixes and improvements, including one of the biggest issues fixed. The game sometimes doesn’t recognize the free space of your device properly so downloading around 13GB in-game fails for many, leaving people to replay part of the beginning part. Additionally, Magic Keyboard users can now use the rotation gesture on the touchpad while improving the textures during the character creation screen. Check out the following Divinity: Original Sin 2 iPad trailer:
Touch control issues with teleporting have been fixed, while controller improvements for the Nimbus + have been included in today’s update. This update also includes minor changes like skipping videos which are now assigned to the spacebar by default, scrolling improvements, bug fixes in the user interface when loading a specific save file, and more. I hope the next update will allow it to sync properly with Steam and GOG. If you have a fairly recent iPad (check the App Store page for supported devices), Divinity: Original Sin 2 can now be purchased on the App Store for $ 24.99 here, which is half the price of other platforms. Have you already played it on the iPad or are you satisfied with other platform versions so far?