There have been a few surprises from Black Isle Studios in the past week, with the re-release for consoles just launching and PC later on in 2021, but the surprises don’t stop there. The developer shares Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 re-release is “on the table”.
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 Re-Release “On the Table”
Developer of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance just re-released the title this week with updated high-resolution graphics for consoles, with a PC version slated for later in 2021. But more good news is on the way, as the developer shared in a tweet that the sequel, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 is now “on the table”. There is little else to go on at this point but more news will be underway according to the tweet.
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 2 released originally on PS2 and Xbox in 2004, which is three years after the prequel. Hopefully fans won’t need to wait that long for the sequel to release on modern consoles and PC, but it’s great news the next title is potentially in the works for a graphics upgrade. While Black Isle hasn’t mentioned a remaster or re-release, it will probably be similar to Dark Alliance 1 with just updated graphic support for a number of platforms.
PC release is in the works right now. Hoping to have it on Steam this year.
And the sequel is on the table. Stay tuned!
— Black Isle Studios (@BlackIsleStudio) May 10, 2021
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