Our 2017 Game of the Year wasn’t our favorite game of 2017 because it was technically flawless. Divinity: Original Sin 2 launched with a few bugs, and there are weak spots within its mountains of dialogue. I still loved it, though, and it’d be hard for Larian to somehow make it worse, so I’m damn excited for Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition, which launches this Friday, August 31 as a free update on PC. The Definitive Edition promises “approximately 150,000 new and rewritten words,” according to Larian, with a lot of focus on the third act. There are also new areas, fights, dungeons, and performance improvements, as well as new Story difficulty that tones down the battles for those who aren’t much into tactical wizardry but want to see the final act within their lifetimes. We won’t be re-reviewing Original Sin 2—while it’s a new release for consoles, PC owners get the update free, and we’ve already told you how much we love it in more than one way—but I’ll be replaying 2017’s best game from the beginning and we’ll have more thoughts on it next week. There’s no exact timing for the update, but it should be pushed out sometime on Friday.