Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition announced for the PC

Beamdog has announced that it will soon release an Enhanced Edition of the classic PC RPG, Neverwinter Nights. According to the publisher, this Enhanced Edition will combine all the content of Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition with all-new enhanced features.

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition will feature improved display, advanced graphics settings, and will be backwards compatible with older saves. Here are the key features of the Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition:

  • Improved Display: Your portrait, combat bar, inventory, and other UI elements adjust in size based on your chosen resolution including 1080p and 4k.
  • Advanced Graphics Options: Pixel shaders and post-processing effects make for crisper, cleaner visuals. Enable contrast, vibrance, and depth of field options as preferred.
  • Community Endorsed: Original developers have teamed with key members of the Neverwinter Nights community to curate important fan-requested improvements to support players, storytellers, and modders.
  • Backwards Compatibility: Works with save games, modules, and mods from the original Neverwinter Nights. A galaxy of community created content awaits.

Beamdog has also released a trailer for Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition that you can watch below.

Beamdog has been responsible for the Enhanced Editions of pretty much most important classic PC RPGs. After all, Baldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate II, Icewind Dale and Planescape: Torment have already received the Enhanced treatment!

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition Coming Soon

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