Divinity: Dragon Commander brings on the dragons with jetpacks

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Yes, you read that right. Dragons. With Jetpacks.

If the name ‘Divinity’ sounds familiar to you, it’s because it’s actually been around for a while now. Divine Divinity and Divinity 2 were pretty sharp action/RPG’s for the PC that caught on with a niche audience.

Larian Studios’ Divinity: Dragon Commander is a very different game than what’s come before though. The game allows you to take control of a dragon (with a jetpack) and command huge armies in massive battles the likes of which the series definitely hasn’t seen before.

There’s still no release date for the PC strategy title, but the official site just launched (right here) and you can dig around on there to get not only a better look at the game, but a deeper understanding of the world of Divinity in general.

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