A host of classic D&D games are coming to consoles for the first time, publisher Skybound Games and developer Beamdog has announced today.
As per the announcement, the titles will consist of the (previously released on PC) Enhanced Editions of all of the games, and, at retail, will be grouped into three collections. The first pack will bundle together Baldur's Gate and its sequel Baldur's Gate 2, the second will feature Planescape Torment and Icewind Dale and the final release will be Neverwinter Nights' Enhanced Edition.
All these titles have all their respective DLCs included, and even include restored quest content by Beamdog to bridge the two Baldur's Gate games. Neverwinter Nights will also include full co-op and multiplayer functionality. Of course, they're also all fully optimised to take advantage of modern console comforts, such as high resolution displays, tweaked AI and more.
Each game will also be available to purchase individually through each console's respective e-store. Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II, Planescape Torment and Icewind Dale will all launch on September 27, while Neverwinter Nights will follow on December 6 and will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.