Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is finally on PC

Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is an action-RPG spinoff of BioWare’s big Dungeons & Dragons adventure that debuted on the Xbox and PlayStation 2 in 2001. Earlier this year, a remastered version made a surprise appearance on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, and publisher Black Isle Studios confirmed that it would make its way to PC as well. And now we’ve got another surprise appearance on our hands: The PC version is out today.

Dark Alliance is quite different from the Baldur’s Gate games that inspired it, with a strong emphasis on action over RPG. It offers three customizable characters to choose from—an elf sorceress, a dwarf warrior, and a human archer—and a three-part journey from the sewers beneath Baldur’s Gate to the peak of Burning Eye Mountain and into the Underdark itself. You can take on the campaign solo or in two-player local co-op mode, and the Steam version supports Remote Play, so you may go adventuring with a friend even if they’re somewhere else.

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