Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition and Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition are two RPG remakes based on the classic games of the same name, they are now available for 50% off on GOG.com. Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition and Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition are developed by Beamdog and only cost £6.19 and £7.79 respectively until October 19th when they will cost £12.49 and £15.59.
Want to play the whole Baldur’s Gate franchise without having to stop or change games? A person over on the GOG.com forums called “GoJays2025” wrote a guide on the topic and GOG.com mentioned it recently on their news. Now I am going to give my take on how to do it with help from the guide I just mentioned.
Over on GOG.com from last Friday to Friday 21st September at 9:59 GMT you can buy all the Dungeons & Dragons RPGs from publisher Hasbro for up to 65% off. This sale happened already I think this year but it the chance doesn’t come up often so you should make the most of it. Especially if you were considering getting them recently.
Overhaul Games have announced that it is delaying the release of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition from 18th September to 30th November 2012. The developer says if you already pre-ordered the game you will get something extra for having to wait longer.
Overhaul Games have announced that the remake of the classic Baldur’s Gate is coming to PC on 18th September. Versions will be available for iPad and Mac OS X and they will also come out sometime in September while a version for Android will come out later.
The site BaldursGate.com has revealed that Atari and Beamdog intend to produce an enhanced edition of the original game for release this year. The game will apparently feature new content by some of the original team, and will also contain the Tales Of The Sword Coast expansion.