Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance, the cult classic action role-playing game from the Forgotten Realms setting from Dungeons & Dragons, is finally available on PC – 20 years after its console debut.
The PC version arrived on Linux, Mac, and Windows on Friday through Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store for $ 29.99. This modern reissue of Black alliance, from publishers Interplay Entertainment and Wizards of the Coast, debuted seven months ago on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It retains the isometric view and local co-op play of the original Black Isle Studios game, while updating the graphics with support for 4K resolution.
Everything fans know and love is here: Take a journey into the world of Faerûn and choose a customizable hero from the game’s three characters: Kromlech (dwarf fighter), Vahn (human archer), and Adrianna (elven witch). Along the way, you’ll fight your way through monsters and traps, learn spells, and find loot as you travel through many locations, from the Chelimber Swamps to the sewers under Baldur’s Gate.
Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance debuted in 2001 on PlayStation 2. Ports were released on Xbox and GameCube in 2002, and then Game Boy Advance in 2003. Black alliance was the first Baldur’s Gate game to launch on consoles instead of PC – and now it’s finally playable on PCs.