Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is BioWare’s large-scale Dungeons and Dragons adventure action role-playing game, which debuted on Xbox and PlayStation 2 in 2001. Earlier this year, the remake appeared unexpectedly on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and publisher Black Isle Studios confirmed that it will also make its way to PC. Now we have another surprise on hand: the PC version is released today.
Dark Alliance is completely different from the Baldur’s Gate game that inspired it. It emphasizes action rather than RPG. It offers three customizable characters to choose from-an elf warlock, a dwarf warrior, and a human archer-and from the sewer under Baldur’s Gate to the peak of the Burning Eye Mountain to the Underworld itself Three journeys. You can battle alone or in a two-person local cooperation mode. The Steam version supports remote games, so you can take risks with your friends, even if they are elsewhere.
Baldur’s Gate: The Dark Alliance is $30. I won’t lie. The price makes me a little disappointed. The 4K facelift is great, but its core is still a 20-year-old PS2 game, which is worth noting to a large extent because it has never appeared on PC before. Baldur’s Gate 2: Enhanced Edition If you want a complete RPG experience, it only costs $20. If you are just looking for an action RPG to reminisce, there are many cheaper and more modern options.
Nonetheless, if nostalgia or curiosity drives you, or you are a stubborn completionist who has waited two solid ten years to achieve this goal, then your big day has finally come.Baldur’s Gate: The Dark Alliance is now live steam and GOG, It will also go to the Epic Games Store.