Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition is now available on consoles for the first time. The game, based on D&D’s 3rd edition, can be found in digital and physical storefronts.
Beamdog brought some classic D&D RPGs to consoles this month, with Neverwinter Nights following later in 2019, and we were about to chat about the releases. Johnathan Stringer talked with Beamdog co-owners Cameron Tofer and Trent Oster, and PR and Marketing Lead Sarah Dawson about the releases.
Four classic Dungeons & Dragons RPGs are out now on console. Baldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate II, Planescape: Torment, and Icewind Dale are available in two packs, with Neverwinter Nights set to join them in December.
Some more releases have escaped the September rush. Beamdog has announced that its Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Pack and the Planescape: Torment / Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition Pack will now come to consoles in October.
Beamdog and Skybound Games have revealed the contents and pricing for the physical Collector’s Packs for the upcoming console versions of the D&D Enhanced Editions. Standard physical and digital bundles will also be available.
Skybound Games and Beamdog have announced release dates for the console versions of Dungeons & Dragons Enhanced Edition RPGs. The games will be released in three physical editions, with each game also being available digitally on an individual basis.
The latest generation of consoles will be getting a lot of Dungeons & Dragons this year. All of Beamdog’s Enhanced Editions of classic RPGs are getting console releases.
For the month of June, I chose to dive into Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition. I feel many perceive this game as the bastard step brother of that supposedly superior sibling, Baldur’s Gate. However, I honestly enjoyed this one a bit more. Read on to find out why!
Darkness over Daggerford was a planned premium mod for the original Neverwinter Nights, released for free after the program was cancelled. Twelve years later, on the game’s new Enhanced Edition, Ossian Studios has finally achieved what it initially set out to do.
Beamdog has been working hard on Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition and the game is almost ready for the general public. Even then, it has some post-release plans as well.