Divinity: Original Sin 2 achieved cross-save between Steam and Nintendo Switch

Divinity: Original Sin 2 achieved cross-save between Steam and Nintendo Switch

Larian Studios dramatizes the “true story” of how Divinity: Original Sin 2 achieved cross-save compatibility between Steam and the newly released Nintendo Switch version.

The 10-minute video serves as a playful re-enactment of the true story behind Larian’s great Valve heist, depicting founder and Creative Director Swen Vincke plotting to infiltrate Steam HQ, Valve. By orders of his colleagues, Vincke concocts a plan to physically steal something that doesn’t physically exist, in order to somehow create a cross-save system the world has never-before-seen.

Extremely serious business aside, the Switch version of Divinity: Original Sin 2 launched September 4, before climbing into the charts thanks in part to its cross-save compatibility with Steam, critical acclaim, and four-player cooperative gameplay across four Switch devices.

For more information, be sure to check out their official website, here.

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