Old-school role-playing game Divinity: Original Sin is bludgeoning its way to the PlayStation 4 this year. The game – which has associate editor Robert Ramsey's name written all over it – will launch as part of an Enhanced Edition, and will boast a revamped user interface and optimised DualShock 4 controls. There'll also be split-screen and online co-op, so Diablo III fans, we expect your ears to be pricked by now.
The game drew plenty of critical acclaim on the PC last year, but developer Larian Studios has really gone back to the drawing board, tightening up parts of the story that were criticised first time around, while also tweaking seemingly minor aspects such as the camera. It's even throwing in full voice acting, though we'll have to wait until E3 to hear the fruits of its labour. In the meantime, you can check out the re-release's first trailer below.