Siege of Dragonspear

4.4
719 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

This game is optimized for tablets and not recommended for phones with screen sizes under 7 inches.

Experience the Siege of Dragonspear, an epic Baldur’s Gate tale, filled with with intrigue, magic, and monsters. Lead your party of heroes into deep dungeons filled with tactical battles and magical traps in this 30-hour Dungeons & Dragons adventure that expands the incredible Baldur’s Gate saga.

Siege of Dragonspear tells the story of the events between Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition and Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition. The Forgotten Realms is in a time of strife as a crusade marches from the north, seizing supplies, forcing locals into military service, and disrupting trade along the Sword Coast. A charismatic warrior with glowing eyes known as Caelar Argent leads this army, her background shrouded in mystery.

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Features
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- Familiar voices: The original Baldur’s Gate voice cast returns to kick butt for goodness - along with four new additions

- Introducing a new class: The spirit-calling Shaman!

- Start fresh: The story of Siege of Dragonspear can be enjoyed on its own with a new character

- A complete journey: Import and export saves to experience the entire Baldur's Gate adventure as a single character

- Play with friends: Enjoy cross-platform multiplayer across all systems

This game is optimized for tablets and not recommended for phones with screen sizes under 7 inches. Devices running OS versions older than 4.4 Kitkat may have gameplay toolbars obscured by soft keys.
Updated on
Feb 7, 2022

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4.4
719 reviews
A Google user
January 2, 2019
This is a great game and a decent port of it. It is quite qlitchy, especially during battle scenes. The screen starts jumping and shaking like a tv from the 70s (the kind where you'd have to prop the knob in a general direction with cardboard or something), and then once it straightens itself out and you can see again, characters are either dead or on their deathbed.
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Beamdog
January 18, 2019
Hello! Please report at support.baldursgate.com about your device, OS, and graphical settings you use.
Trevor Farnsworth
January 30, 2022
Worth playing through for some cool battles. The story itself is mediocre but passable. What's unforgivable is the dialogue in the closing sequence. It's very much at odds with the opening dialogue for Shadows of Amn (the direct sequel to this installment, which was published two decades ago). More time invested in the narrative choices of NPCs could have salvaged this game, but sadly it just feels jarring and clunky
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A Google user
July 21, 2019
I understand that a lot of people aren't too happy with SoD because of some progressive elements and "railroading." Railroading happens often in the BG Saga, so this shouldn't an issue at all, I actually like how it nicely sets up the transition to BG2, rather than the normally abrupt BG1>2. I don't have enough space to cover exactly how the progressive stuff is really done well and inobtrusive if you want it to be. Gameplay-wise, lots of tough, fun battles, cool items, and some neat quests.
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What's new

Alongside Android 11 and 12 support, our latest update adds minor fixes to improve your adventures.

PATCH NOTES:
- Fixed a crash when stealing from merchants
- Fixed some audio crashes affecting older devices
- Removed a store button linking to incorrect DLC