Divinity: Original Sin 2 update on iOS adds Steam cross-save functionality

Larian Studios, developer of Baldur’s Gate 3, has today released a new update for Divinity: Original Sin 2 on iOS. This is the first update to the game since it launched for iOS in May 2021 and introduces cross-save functionality with Steam.

With cross-saving enabled, players are able to share their saves between Steam and iPad with ease. Meaning players can play while at home and continue while on the go.

In addition to adding cross-save, Larian has also made over “50 new tweaks and improvements” on iOS. These include overhead health bars, portrait based targeting and UI optimisations.

Divinity: Original Sin 2 iOS

The iOS version of the game was developed over the course of two years in partnership with Elverils. It includes the entire 100+ hour game, playable on iPad with a meta score of 98 and a user review score of 4.7.

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.”

It is available on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One.

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