Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance 2
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Black Isle Studios to relaunch Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 on current platforms

After launching Dark Alliance on consoles, with a PC version that will arrive later, the team confirms that it has its sequel Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 ‘on the table’.

Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance announced by surprise its launch on consoles in recent days. Fans have missed a PC version, but Black Isle Studios has confirmed that it will arrive, although it will do so later.” The PC adaptation of BG: DA is underway and will arrive at the end of this year. We also hope to ensure that it will have online cooperative usingSteam remote play,” says the studio that promises more information soon.

That’s not all, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 would also be “on the table” and they ask that we be attentive to new news. In this case, the original hack and slash RPG was released in 2004 for PS2 and Xbox, and there were no more versions.

The sequel to Dark Alliance 2 is based on the rules of Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition, which had been released a bit earlier. His story follows in the footsteps of five adventurers who try to save Baldur’s Gate from a threat. It was well received among fans and critics, although a greater evolution with respect to the original was missed ; had another sequel planned but it was canceled due to legal problems with the technology created by Snowblind Studios.

Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is now available

The reissue of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance , already on sale with a price of 29.99 euros on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and compatible with Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5, does not bring a renewed graphic section except for compatibility with 4K resolutions. It is therefore not a deep remastering, much less a remake, but only an update of the control and resolution; maintains the local cooperative to two players, less and less common in current games.

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