Ahead of Baldur’s Gate III’s Early Access launch this week, Larian Studios put out some new details regarding the game’s character creation. Players will have access to six classes and sixteen races/sub-races.
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The latest Community Update for Baldur’s Gate III focuses on romance and relationships. Meanwhile, the game’s Early Access launch has been pushed back a week.
Manticore Games’ Core is a game creation suite currently in open alpha. Creations made with it already cover a wide variety of potential genres, with RPGs very much included, as evidenced by the winners of a dungeon design contest and recreations of some well-known D&D players’ favourite memories.
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition is now available on iOS. The iOS version includes cross-platform co-op with the majority of its other platforms.
It’s always interesting to look back at games that shaped you as a gamer and for Erik van Asselt this certainly is one of those games. Take a trip down memory lane with him and discover the secrets of the Sword Coast.
Larian Studios’ Swen Vincke opened up the D&D Live 2020 event with some Baldur’s Gate III gameplay. The 90-minute stream showed some of the upgrades made to the game since its last stream in February.
Baldur’s Gate III put in an appearance during the Guerrilla Collective showcase. The game will arriving on Steam Early Access this August, assuming things all go to plan, with a new gameplay stream coming on Thursday.
In a presentation at PAX East, Larian Studios’ Swen Vincke demonstrated the first gameplay for Baldur’s Gate III, which will be getting an Early Access release sometime in the coming months. Due to the early nature of the build, his endeavours met with mixed results.
Wizards of the Coast announced a spiritual successor to the Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance series. Tuque Games’ Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance will take players to Icewind Dale in the fall of next year.
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.
Solasta is an upcoming RPG that makes use of the publicly available D&D Fifth Edition ruleset. Anna Marie Privitere tried out a demo at PAX West, just ahead of the start of the game’s Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign.
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.
The Baldur’s Gate series is getting a new entry. The upcoming Baldur’s Gate III is being created by Divinity: Original Sin developer Larian Studios.
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.
Capcom brought a duo of very action-oriented Dungeons and Dragons titles out from arcade obscurity last year, and put the pair onto many different platforms. For those who haven’t yet investigated this big dose of brawler action, here’s a handy rundown. Muffled speech for you!
Dungeons & Dragons Edition 3.5 has had its time in the sun. Does Daggerdale, the first video game to make use of 4th Edition rules, mark the beginning of a new era of roleplaying games? Probably not, but it certainly opens up the possibility.
RPGamer shares its opinion on the latest D&D hybrid title. Do you agree?