The 20-year old game is back.
Originally released in 2001 for PlayStation 2 and Xbox, then later ported to GameCube and Game Boy Advanced, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is coming to PS4, Switch, and Xbox One tomorrow.
It will run you $29.99/£29.99/€29.99 and features enhanced graphics and up to 4K resolution on supported devices. Co-op is also supported. 4K will be supported on PS4 Pro, PS5, Xbox One X and Xbox Series X (thanks, IGN).
Interplay and Wizards of the Coast are re-releasing the game, so don’t expect a remaster going into it.
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is a rather great RPG that was originally developed by Snowblind Studios and published by Black Isle Studios, a division of Interplay Entertainment.
The game is set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting of Dungeons & Dragons, and the gameplay is based on the rules of Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition.
It was well-received on all platforms, and the PS2 version won the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences award for Role-Playing Game of the Year.
PC and mobile versions are due later this year.
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