The story of how you made this translation is incredibly inspiring to us. Fans like you are the very reason we wake up thinking about our game and continue doing so until we go to sleep again. Very impressive work!
A tradução é nossa, galera! É oficial! É REAL! VAMOS JUNTOS! Butterflies in my stomach... Thank you so much @larianstudios @LarAtLarian for making my #PTBR #DOS2 translation official. I Love your games and your gaming passion. Keep up the good work! https://t.co/oyilHshFPA
Ah but I’m so proud of the teams @larianstudios and @elverils - It’s a joy to play
Split-screen, cross-play, iCloud support, and the highest graphics settings. No compromise! Divinity: Original Sin 2 is OUT NOW for iPad, with touch, gamepad, and M&K support! Just like you, we’ve been preparing to travel again! https://t.co/UfZtNvd1AJ https://t.co/8PFlhi8Mkq
Reminds me of the times you had to pay 50k or something (I don’t remember exactly, could be 10k) to actually release a patch.
Epic CEO Tim Sweeney just confirmed that Sony is the only platform holder that requires Epic to pay compensation for crossplay. Epic had to agree to pay these additional fees to enable crossplay in Fortnite.