Divinity: Original Sin 2 is still in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign. It’s well past its initial goal, though. Larian Studios asked for $500,000, and with 21 days to go, it has already earned nearly $1.3 million over more than 28,500 backers.

Sure, it’s still in fundraising mode, but that doesn’t mean Larian is resting on its laurels. Here’s a very long clip of b-roll for Divinity: Original Sin 2 that shows off cooperative play.

If you jump to the roughly 6:30 mark in the video, you’ll see something sort of cool. Players can play on the same screen and go wherever they want in the games world… separately. So, you’ll start off on a shared, single screen. When you get far enough apart, the screen split and you can go on your merry way without an ever-zooming-out camera or the inability to separate.

That’s pretty nifty.

We’re a ways off from seeing Divinity: Original Sin 2 in full release form. You can back the game on Kickstarter and get into alpha and beta programs, if that’s what you dig.