Like the original, Baldur's Gate 2 is getting an "Enhanced Edition." Beamdog has been hard at work, having produced scads of new dialogue in May, and has now announced that it will hit PC on November 15. It will cost $25, and iOS and Android versions will follow sometime later.
According to the official site (via Kotaku), the revision will include four new party members: a warrior, a wild mage, a monk, and a thief. It will also include 30 new locations, along with the Throne of Bhaal expansion pack. Finally, Beamdog promises that it made it easier to join up in multiplayer games.
The Enhanced version of the first game was pulled due to legal woes. Though that was later resolved, Beamdog president Trent Oster at the time said they felt demoralized by it, and weren't sure if they would produce Baldur's Gate 3 as planned.