Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition News (PC)

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition "available for sale once again"

Posted: 15.08.2013 by Technet2k

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The 'contractual issues' between Overhaul Games and Atari have been slain by a mighty isometric RPG party of lawyers, and so Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is available at your local merchants "once again."

This is great news for owners of the HD remake eagerly awaiting the "major" patch Overhaul have been working on. The team will also have "exciting news" for BG2 soon.

Beamdog "still interested" in Baldur's Gate III, fighting "contractual dispute bullsh*t"

Posted: 24.06.2013 by Technet2k

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Developer Beamdog still wants to pursue the concept of Baldur's Gate III, although the studio right is "very demoralized." Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is still being kept from online stores over legal wrangling.

This has meant work on Baldur's Gate II has been put on "indefinite hold," and that includes the current patch. The worst case scenario is being stuck in "legal hell for a while."

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition pulled following "contractual issues"

Posted: 20.06.2013 by Technet2k

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Beamdog's HD remake of the classic RPG Baldur's Gate has been pulled from sale at their "publishing partner's request" as they sort through "a number of contractual issues" plaguing the studio.

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition has been pulled from digital store fronts, and work on Baldur's Gate 2 has been halted. Beamdog "extremely unhappy" over the legal wrangling.

Modder works seven years to create a full Baldur's Gate mod for Neverwinter Nights 2

Posted: 07.06.2013 by JonahFalcon

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A modder named Drew Rechner has finished a seven year project - recreating the entirety of Baldur's Gate as a mod for Neverwinter Nights 2, calling it Baldur's Gate: Reloaded.

Atari gets $2M loan, selling its assets

Posted: 06.02.2013 by JonahFalcon

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Atari has announced in a press release that the company has closed $2 million of interim DIP financing, and once approved by the court will allow the company to receive $3M more.