Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition has probably almost final launch date of November 28

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition

By on November 3, 2012 at 1:49 pm

If you’re looking forward to the re-release of Baldur’s Gate as the Enhanced Edition, then you’re probably already familiar with being mad at the release date being moved back and back and then, yes, back again.

But no more! Lead developer Trent Oster has tweeted that they’re actually moving the launch date two days forward — it was going to be November 30, and now it’s November 28. That’s for PC, anyway: Oster says they “can’t 100% control” the release process on iOS, Mac or Android — but he did confirm that it will be compatible with first generation iPads. Which is the one I have. Which is nice.

Source: Joystiq

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Last screenshots I saw of this looked pretty horrible, let them take as long as they like to get it to a better standard imo.

 

Is this the one that’s going to be “beamdog” exclusive? (Seriously never even heard of this site/service, rather not have YET ANOTHER client/set of account credentials I need to memorize..)

Guess we’ll have to wait a further several months or so to get a Gog/Gamergate/Steam release ;(

 
charliebrownau

RPG on a touchpad/handheld , no thanks.

It sounded great in theory , an old great game like that with a new UI possibly and a few small touch ups , but its sounding like it could just be a bad port now

 
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