The people who make enhanced editions of old role-playing games such as Baldur’s Gate and Planescape: Torment want to do the same thing for Icewind Dale 2. There’s just one problem: Nobody knows where to find the code.
It’s playable on modern machines now, but wouldn’t you much rather have a version that plays nicely with modern PCs?
Back in 1998, I doubt the folks at BioWare thought Baldur’s Gate would be receiving an expansion 18 years later. Yet, here we are and Beamdog, the developer behind the enhanced editions of Baldur’s Gate I and II, is about to push out the bridging title Siege of Dragonspear.