Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition Is Now Available

Baldurs Gate 2

Classic WRPG fans, rejoice. Beamdog has released the Windows and Mac versions of Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition. Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition combines both Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn and Baldur’s Gate II: Throne of Bhaal. In addition, the game features full widescreen support, remastered area artwork from original renders, and a host of other interface and gameplay improvements.

Bundled with the PC and Mac versions – and available as DLC for iPad and Android – four new characters can join you on your journey. These four characters are: Dorn Il-Khan, Neera the Wild Mage, a monk named Rasaad yn Bashir and a mysterious thief in service to mysterious master.

Those interested can purchase Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition from Beamdog’s website, and here are its key features:

-The Final Chapter – Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition includes Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn and Baldur’s Gate II: Throne of Bhaal, the epic conclusion of the Bhaalspawn saga.
-Four New Party Members – Bundled with Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition are four new characters that can join you on your journey.
-The Black Pits 2: Gladiators of Thay – Explore the tactical depth of high-level Dungeons & Dragons combat. Undermine your captors and prey upon their weaknesses while you dodge traps and battle for your life against Demi-Liches, Mind Flayers, and Githyanki.
-Easy Multiplayer – Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition makes it easy to find, list, and join multiplayer games, even while behind a firewall.
-Widescreen and More – Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition features full widescreen support, remastered area artwork from original renders, and a host of other interface and gameplay improvements.

Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition Launch Trailer

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