Beamdog has announced that the PC version of its RPG remake Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition won't be released next week as promised but will be delayed to November.
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Beamdog and Overhaul Games have announced that Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will be released on the PC September 18th. The price will be $19.99, with a $2 discount for pre-orders.
Overhaul Games, which is developing the upcoming Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, says the remake won't come to Nintendo's Wii U console, citing difficulties with Nintendo's digital platform.
Trent Oster, formerly of BioWare and now founder of Beamdog and Overhaul Games, talks a bit about the team's plans to revamp one of the best RPGs of all time in the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition.
Overhaul Games' remake of Baldur's Gate - Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition - could be getting a boxed release in addition to its PC/Mac/iOS digital distribution platform.