The Dungeons & Dragons Resurgence has been wonders for the popularity of table games, and now success is bridging the gap of modern consoles. It is sometimes difficult to justify better decades old video games, but Skybound and Beamdog have come together to do just that to bring Baldur's Gate, Planetscape: Torment, Icewind Dale and Neverwinter Nights to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. 19659002] Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Pack, Icewind Dale and Planetscape: Torment: Enhanced will beat store shelves only on September 24, 2019 in North America. Neverwinter Nights will hit the market on December 3, 201
Each will release digitally and by physical retail for $ 50 and include the following according to Skybound:
- The Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Pack: Celebrate the Series 20th Anniversary, the Original Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition and its sequel, Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition, returns with all DLC and restored search content, as well as Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear extension, with new original content developed by Beamdog to bridge the two games.
- Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition / Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition: Two measurement games and all their DLC in one package – the cold Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition, plus its extensions, and the Extended Edition of 1999's RPG of the Year, Planescape: Torment .
- Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition: This year's 2002 RPG and all its DLC deliver 10 stand-alone D&D based experiences with co-op and online multiplayer.
According to Beamdog, these titles are upgraded with "native support for high-resolution widescreen displays, controls optimized for console controllers, new standalone content, new characters and classes, new sets of speeches, enhanced character creation options, enhanced multiplayer functionality, user interface redesign, and UX, bug fixes, balance changes and more. "
These announcements come among rumors that Baldur's Gate 3 is in Divinity's work: Original Sin develops Larian Studios. The company had set up a picture on its website that plagued number three, and while many thought this was a reference to a possible Divinity: Origin Sin III, fans were quickly discovered that the HTML code suggests that it is actually related to Baldur Gate 3, who would be officially licensed by Dungeons & Dragons decision makers Wizards of the Coast.
Baldur's Gate 3 is not confirmed, but you can officially launch the hype train to E3.