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Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance Updated Ports Debut This Week

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Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is heading to new platforms, as PS4, Switch, and Xbox One versions are on the way. It will cost $29.99/£29.99/€29.99 and only be available via digital storefronts. 

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The reveal went over some of the updates people can expect. This is essentially an updated port of the original action-RPG. The native versions are available for the PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. However, if someone is playing on an upgraded or newr system like a PS4 Pro or PS5, then it will support 4K resolutions. Aside from that, it is otherwise the same game with Adrianna the sorceress, Kromlech the fighter, and Vahn the archer returning to fight enemies and dealing with threats to Baldur’s Gate.

As this is a game where multiplayer is important, the announcement went over how co-op will work. People will be able to play with others locally on consoles. Up to two people can join in.

Here’s a trailer showing how Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance will look on systems like the PS4, Xbox One, and Switch.

Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance will show up on the PS4, Switch, and Xbox One on May 7, 2021. The Android, Apple iOS, and PC versions will show up in 2021 as well. The game originally appeared on the Game Boy Advance, GameCube, PS2, and Xbox. Baldur’s Gate 3 is currently in early access on PCs and Google Stadia.

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