Baldur’s Gate and Planescape Enhanced Edition will debut on consoles with a small delay

Baldur's Gate

Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition, a package containing Baldur’s Gate 1 and Baldur’s Gate 2, and Planescape Enhanced Edition (containing the chapters Torment and Icewind Dale) was scheduled for release within the last days of September this year. We will not see them, however, before the beginning of October.

To be more precise, the historic role-playing games will wait until next October 15, when they will be available in their enhanced versions for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition package contains, as mentioned, the first two chapters in addition to all downloadable content published after the launch of the original chapters on PC, including the Siege of Dragonspear expansion developed by Beamdog.

The collection dedicated to the Planescape series contains the chapters Torment and Icewind Dale, as well as all the DLC published over the years. It has also been announced that the Enhanced Edition dedicated to Neverwinter Nights (RPG of the year in 2002), containing all the published DLC (ten!), With co-op and online multiplayer modes, will make its debut on December 6, both in physical and digital versions.

The three unforgettable series of role-playing games will make their console debut to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Baldur’s Gate series. Are you anxious to see the titles in action?