Baldur’s Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast (1999) is a computer role-playing game in a high fantasy setting, developed by BioWare and published by Interplay.

Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast

Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast

Released as an expansion pack for Baldur’s Gate from 1998, it adds about 20-30 hours of extra gameplay to the original game. Tales of the Sword Coast adds four optional areas to Baldur’s Gate, but does not directly impact the original storyline.

This add-on to the widely popular  Baldur’s Gate gives you new items, voices, abilities, and quests. This does not offer an extension to the main plot of the game but offers you four new quests, all of which are very large and will take hours to complete. It adds new areas to the game world, including a town named Ulgoth’s Beard and a large dungeon, Durlag Tower. The game is played from an overhead view and is very much just click-and-play gaming. The game is set in the most popular realm for Advanced Dungeons And Dragons, the Forgotten Realms.


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One Response to “Baldur’s Gate I: Tales of the Sword Coast”

  1. nate Says:

    i wish i can get this rpg game again i hate the enhanced baldurs gate game.

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