It’s been 20 years since we’ve seen a Baldur’s Gate game. Its original creator, BioWare, left the series untouched for two decades.
Following up on the Hasbro earnings call a couple of weeks ago, WotC”s CEO Chris Cocks announced at New York Toy Fair that there are seven digital D&D games in development, with at least one coming per year.
Dungeons & Dragon’s most famous sibling comes back to Kickstarter in February.
Including Baldur’s Gate 3 and Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance.
A couch co-op game at its core, it’s being developed internally by Wizards of the Coast.
During the 90’s, Capcom managed to produce excellent, largely forgotten games that are one of the best ways for new players to get to know the D&D experience.
Baldur’s Gate 3 will be a faithful adaptation of the tabletop’s fifth edition rules, set at the current moment in its story.
As an avid video gamer and tabletop roleplayer, I absolutely love when the two formats mix.
My time with it wasn’t anywhere close to cracking its depth.
Adventures in the world of Dungeons & Dragons have been adapted into video games since 1988, well before any platform was fit to adequately support them.