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Free Divinity: Original Sin 2 DLC is Now Available

If you’re still hooked to Larian Studios’ excellent Divinity: Original Sin II, we come bearing good news: there’s now some free DLC available for you to enjoy.

Called The Four Relics of Rivellon, this is the fifth free DLC to drop into the game since its launch. And it’s the largest one so far; it adds new quest lines, new stories and new enemies.

If you own Divinity: Original Sin II, the contents of the DLC will automatically become available via a game update. Once installed, you’ll need to visit the in-game menu and enable the relevant ‘Gift Bag’.

Once enabled, The Four Relics of Rivellon will allow you to complete a new quest, where you’ll hunt for four pieces of armour. The story features new voices and narration, and you’ll take part in tense new battles against the Undead Dragon. Players who complete the new quests will be rewarded with four new pieces of armour, all imbued with magical properties.

As quote from the press release, those four pieces of armour are:

Captain Armour: A set of Armour that can dominate the minds of those around it. Each piece also boosts Lucky Charm, Persuasion and Bartering.

Vulture Armour: A light set of Armour that when complete, gives the wearer permanent vulture-like wings. Full set enhances range and damage dealt from higher ground.

Contamination Armour: An ancient set of Armour created from magic that was thought lost long ago. Each piece offers resistance to poison and the entire set grants immunity to poison along with a special ability to spawn exploding spores that will damage enemies in combat

Devourer Armour: A set of Armour said to make its wearer almost invincible. In combat, the Armour will mark a certain target in range and any attacks on this target cannot miss and will deal extra damage.


The Four Relics of Rivellon makes for an enticing prospect for any player of Divinity: Original Sin II. Even moreso considering it’s an entirely free piece of content. If you need any more convincing, give the trailer a watch below.

Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.