Whatever version of Original Sin 2 you bought, PC users get the "Definitve Edition
" upgrade for free. It's basically a 8GB+ update to the ORIGINAL title, in the form of a DLC, see this screenshot: Link
So, when you launch the game you select WHICH version of the game you want to play.
Much like the REMASTERED release of Homeworld, where you select Classic or Remastered.
For the trainers, we need to understand that there are now two seperate game executables:X:\steamapps\common\Divinity Original Sin 2\Classic\EoCApp.exe
Which is the original "Classic" game.
File size is: 35.7mb
Game version: 184.108.40.2063
and then..X:\Steam\steamapps\common\Divinity Original Sin 2\DefEd\bin\EoCApp.exe
Which is the executable for the "Definitive Edition" of the game.
File size is: 44.2mb
Game version: 220.127.116.1150
The game trainer itself HAS been updated, but I'm not sure they took any of this into account, as SOME of the trainer options are acting funky in the DEFINITY EDITION version of the game.
Such as "Infinite Health" actually setting everyones health to 1, making it so you're instantly killed the second you take damage.
I have not extensively tested all of the other options, but things like infinite armour, carry weight, fast speed, etc seem to be working as intended.
As for the save game editor, I know the GAME DEVS have stated quite clearly that the saves are different and incompatible between "Classic
" and "Definitive
" versions of the game.
Trying to load a "Definitive
" save into the currently available save editor just crashes it.
At any rate, hope this clear up some confusion, and here hoping the Cheat Happens devs enjoy the new "Definitive Edition
" enough to continue supporting the tools. Thanks![Edited by PersonalProxy, 8/31/2018 10:50:18 AM]