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Divinity II: Ego Draconis Preorder Bonus Set
In-game items for those who go through GameStop to obtain their "Divinity."
11.23.09 - 11:26 PM

Divinity II: Ego Draconis is the sequel to Divine Divinity. The game just launched in its native land of Europe, and is currently slated for a North American release of January 5th, 2010 (for PC and Xbox 360). As the game's subtitle suggests, your character has the capability to transform back and forth from human (ego) to dragon (draconis).

If you choose to preorder this game via GameStop, you can get two special in-game items to help you on your adventure.

1. Blood Echelon Armor - Sturdy as granite and shaped to intimidate, Blood Echelon armors set new standards in the art of war.
2. Blood Echelon Weapon - The Claymore, the Frontline Slayers' mighty weapon of choice, cleaves armor like it was mere flesh.

So if you're interested in getting a leg-up on the enemies in this exciting new Action RPG, there's your chance.

Expect more coverage of Divinity II: Ego Draconis in the coming weeks. Also, check out our updated image gallery for the game, which now has box art for both versions of the game (in North America) as well as two new high-res screen shots!


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