It's taken so long that its sequel is already out on other platforms, but Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is now available for Android.
"Baldur's Gate 3, we are still interested in the concept, but currently I'd say were very demoralized,"
A contractual dispute with "a publishing partner" has forced Beamdog to pull Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition from its store and Steam, also leaving in doubt the future of the upcoming sequel of Baldur's Gate 2 Enhanced.
Things have been awfully quiet from Beamdog after the release of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition. We know they are working on DLC for the game, and also a Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced, so we contacted them to find out just what was going on in the land of Faerun.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is launching for Mac OSX this Friday, February 22. It will be available directly through Beamdog at first, and will come to the Mac App Store sometime later.
Fans seeking to try the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition were a bit miffed when the game originally launched only through publisher Beamdog and not on Steam. Well, the fans got their wish, but the version apparently isn't up to par with the current game.
After a delay of more than a week, Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition has finally been released for the iPad. The PC version came out on November 28, but the iPad version had been delayed because of a crash bug found by Apple.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition has modified a great RPG with new content and characters that hold true to the spirit and style of the original. Throw in the continued replayability to an already massive game, dropping $20 on this should be a no-brainer for those wanted to relive the classic days of the isometric RPG.
The revamped Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition was supposed to launch today for iThings alongside its PC counterpart, but a last crash bug in the final build has seen it held up. It'll probably be next week before you can return to the Forgotten Realms on your iPad, developer Overhaul Games predicts.
The shiny release of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will indeed arrive on PC next week, developer Overhaul Games has confirmed, so come celebrate by watching a trailer showing off retro RPG action. What does it look like? Well, you know, like Baldur's Gate but a bit enhanced.
The Baldur's Gate series was a classic for the PC, and the announcement that it was being enhanced with updated technology and new content created quite a positive buzz in RPG circles. Now, with the game set to launch in less than two weeks, we had a chance to chat with Beamdog president Trent Oster about the game's initial delay, the new content, plans for DLC and, eventually, Baldur's Gate 2 Enhanced.
Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition is inching closer to release at the end of this month on PC, Mac and iPad, but Beamdog President Trent Oster said in an exclusive Shacknews interview that Sony wanted the rework of the classic RPG for the PlayStation Network as well.
Those of you upset by the delay of the updated and enhanced version of Baldur's Gate get a small reprieve: The release date has been moved up by two days to November 28.
As fans bask in the excitement of one new old-school-style RPG being announced, we are hit with some not-so-good news from on Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition. Beamdog has announced the game is being delayed until November 30.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will a include cross-platform co-op across PC, Mac, Android, and iPad.
Beamdog promised a new character for the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition, and we have a first look at who it is. Also: details on the all-new stand-alone adventure, The Black Pits.
It's always fun watching Trent Oster's tweets if you are following the development of Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition. Now we know about DLC coming for the game.
The team making Baldur's Gate Enhanced has always promised new content, and they have added a new lead writer with experience writing in the Forgotten Realms universe.
Beamdog's Trent Oster continues to leak small bits off information on Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition via Twitter. We do a roundup of some of his latest tweets.
Beamdog unveiled the newest platform for the Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, Mac OS X.