Baldur's Gate RPG expansion Siege of Dragonspear launches on Android and iOS on March 8

Baldur's Gate RPG expansion Siege of Dragonspear launches on Android and iOS on March 8
Classic Baldur's Gate RPG is getting an expansion on mobile devices in just a few days. Initially launched on the PS, Siege of Dragonspear is a standalone expansion that promises players around 30 hours of gameplay.

Developer Beamdog has just announced Siege of Dragonspear will be launched in the App Store and Google Play Store on March 8. Although the team behind the expansion did not say anything about price, Siege of Dragonspear may cost up to $10, just like the other RPGs launched by Beamdog on Android and iOS.

Siege of Dragonspear continues the story in Baldur's Gate and allow players to explore the new regions of the Sword Coast, with an area greater than Tales of the Sword Coast and Throne of Bhaal put together.

Aside from the original characters, four new additions are available to players to recruit. Also, Beamdog added a new class, the shaman, the first new class coming to Baldur's Gate franchise in over fifteen years.

Last but not least, the game features cross-platform multiplayer on all supported platforms and includes more than 100 new items that players can use in-game.

source: Beamdog (Twitter) via AndroidPolice



1. iluvsonynokia

Posts: 161; Member since: Aug 27, 2013

i was waiting

2. Joulukas

Posts: 115; Member since: Jun 05, 2013

I actually had a tear in my eyes, when I first time finished BG, so this is awsome news for me. This was actually a RPG, not that point-to-click-show-quests-on-map kind of modern RPG. Wandering around forrests and wondering, if this is the rock, what the quest talked about.

3. gandalf_the_junkie

Posts: 32; Member since: Feb 22, 2018

I had no idea BG got ported to mobile platform. Very exciting! BG withstood the test of time.

6. japkoslav

Posts: 1517; Member since: Feb 19, 2017

It is not just a BG, but IceWind Dale as well. Plus maybe even Torment!

4. ShadowHammer

Posts: 207; Member since: Mar 13, 2015

While I personally liked Baldur's Gate 2 more than the first, it is nice to see old-school RPGs being brought over to mobile. Most of the RPGs I've played on mobile so far have been really meh.

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