Baldur’s Gate 2 Enhanced Edition can now be pre-loaded

Baldur's Gate 2 Enhanced Edition

By on November 15, 2013 at 4:34 pm

Old-school RPG fans rejoice, for the overhauled edition of Baldur’s Gate 2 is now available to preload. Beamdog purchasers can begin their download of the 2.6 GB game anytime, although Steam users will reportedly have to wait for another 15 hours or so (if you purchased it through Steam and this is incorrect, please let me know!).

The game is a complete overhaul of the original, and includes both Shadows of Amn and Throne of Bhaal, as well as four entirely new NPCs created specifically for the Enhanced Edition. You can grab it for USD $24.95 through Beamdog or Steam.

Source: VG247 and Niversta

5 comments (Leave your own)

25 bucks? think ill hold out for the next steam specials for a better deal, still have the original cds lying around here somewhere.

 

$25 seems really steep tbh.. steam sales it is then.

 

For the record they released the initial BG Enhanced through their own website a few months before releasing on steam. This time around i’ll be waiting for the steam release. Also all new chars from the BG Enhanced will either make an appearance or continue being party members for the next instalment.

 
Pants on the ground

GoG + mods = ?Profit?

 

I bought it. Probably paid $60-70 for the original so $25 is fine. Looking forward to wielding Celestial Fury again (I think thats what it was called) :)

 
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