Games like Divinity II are known for their expansive worlds and their mix of action and roleplaying elements all in the one package.
Unlike many other games, Divinity II does not restrict your character to one class or path. Players choose how to develop their character. Skills are grouped together in schools but can be chosen at will. Numerous forms of crafting are available with the ability to make potions, summon the undead, or enchant equipment to make it more powerful.
Later in the game, the player also gains access to their own base of operations, the Battle Tower, as well as obtaining the ability to transform into a dragon which allows you to fight in the air. The latter is only possible in large areas but it is still an awesome spectacle to be able to take the fight in all three dimensions.
Taking place in the world of Rivellon, familiar to players of the previous game, the game casts you as a Dragon Slayer, pitched against the armies of Damian, the Damned One. The game is very much a living world and every settlement or village will have its own unique collection of peasants, deserters, thieves, traders, and other roles.
The game continues to grow and develop the more you play, there is no mid-game plateau that will sap your energy and motivation to continue playing. It has all the hallmarks of classics in the genre such as Oblivion, Dragon Age, and Fable. It is without a doubt a worthy addition to any gamer’s library.