Divinity II– Ego Draconis– Gameplay Vignette #8–“The Necromancer” Available

Cary, NC, January 19, 2010– cdv USA today released a new trailer in the series of gameplay vignettes for the upcoming Action-RPG, Divinity II– Ego Draconis. In this new video, viewers will encounter the powerful Necromancer, a collector of limbs and other parts of fallen enemies who resides on your Battle Tower, waiting to do your bidding. The Necromancer’s chief talent: combining body parts to release the power of“The Creature”, a custom-created“pet” that player’s can party up with for extra healing or tanking power. Download this new gameplay vignette to learn more about the Necromancer and the Creature.

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For more information about Divinity II– Ego Draconis, which is rated“M” for“Mature” by the ESRB, please visit http://www.cdvus.com or http://www.divinity2.com.

The sequel to the critically acclaimed action-RPG Divine Divinity, Divinity II - Ego Draconis transports players back to the wide-open, war-torn world of Rivellon where they will battle the forces of evil not just as a human warrior, but also as a powerful Dragon Knight! Developed by Larian Studios, Divinity II boasts a robust fantasy adventure of more than 60 hours, teeming with massive dungeons and outdoor spaces to explore. It offers deep on-the-ground and aerial combat, and an intrigue to unravel that could reveal hidden truths and revive forgotten evils, changing the face of Rivellon forever.

For additional information, please contact:

Sara Jenkins

cdv Software Entertainment USA

sara.jenkins@cdvus.com

Casey Lynch

Reverb Communications

casey@reverbinc.com

209-586-1495 x102


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