Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal Crack/Patch

Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal The final chapter of the wildly popular Baldur's Gate series, technically and add-on pack to "Shadows of Amn" but which plays like a true sequel, opens after the conclusion of "Shadows" at the outbreak of a major Bhaalspawn war and throws you into a new adventure called the Watcher's Keep.

Download Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 90 / 100
User rating
8.9
Downloads 2687
Genre Role-Playing, PC-style RPG, Western-Style
Players 1-6
Company / Developer
Interplay / BioWare

Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal reviews ( 7 )

Vio, Nov 20, 2011

Conclusion to one of the most epic RPG tales ever. Compared to today's graphics the game is obviously very lacking, but like its predecessor the art itself is beautiful. Gameplay and mechanics is complicated, but like its predecessor the story, world, and basic exploration properties overcome this. Did I like it? Yes!

UncleEd, Dec 6, 2017

This was a very pleasant surprise for me. I belong to the minority, who liked the original Baldur’s Gate better than its sequel, Shadows of Amn (which still is one of the best role-playing games ever made). This had lowered down my expectations for the expansion of the second game. I am glad I was wrong… Where I found Shadows of Amn lacking, Throne of Bhaal shines. Firstly, it is a very focused game. The linearity, however, is its strength. Combined with one of the best stories ever written for any video game (better than the previous Baldur’s Gate titles and maybe only surpassed by Planescape: Torment), Throne of Bhaal takes you to an epic journey. What is a bit odd is that as an expansion, the game provides more story and gives more character progression than both Baldur’s Gate I & II. It masterfully wraps up the story and concludes the Baldur’s Gate Saga. Moreover, it introduces the antagonist of Shadows of Amn as a playable NPC and a massive dungeon, Watcher’s Keep, to level up your characters to extremely high levels for a D&D world. With its 50+ hours of gameplay and the epic conclusion to the Baldur’s Gate Trilogy, this could easily be called Baldur’s Gate III by today’s standards. But the year the game was released was different times and the standard of respect to gamers was so much higher, this giant of an RPG -and one of the best of the genre- was only considered “an expansion”.

Kirase, Jan 1, 2012

A good addon to one of the best 2D Dungeons and Dragons RPGs ever made.If you like the genre and you think you can overlook the slightly outdated 2D graphics (Just look at some screenshots or videos) than you should really give it a try. Its simply brilliant.

google_calasade, May 27, 2011

Ah, the Throne of Bhaal. Like BG 2 SOA, it is fun, immersive and challenging. While a great expansion, it isn't exactly on the same level of BG 2, but you can't go wrong here, especially if you want to see how the Bhaal saga unfolds.

Rox22, Dec 6, 2013

A welcome addition to Baldur's Gate 2. One of the best expansions ever. Like the main game, I can not fault it at all. Well, maybe a little, it could have been longer, but then again I could say that about any great game. Throne of Bhaal just adds and gives us more, and if anyone is a devote fan of the first game as I am, that is a very good thing. Overall: Throne of Bhaal is a fantastic expansion to an already fantastic game.

KaiEkkrin, Jun 24, 2011

The conclusion to the Baldur's Gate saga, this expansion pack to Baldur's Gate 2 really ought to have been made and sold as a standalone Baldur's Gate 3. As it is, it feels compressed: a somewhat rushed conclusion to the Bhaalspawn saga, plus a huge dungeon in the style of Durlag's Tower: Watcher's Keep. Throne of Bhaal takes the style of the BG series and turns it up to 11: everything is bigger, flashier, explodier, with multiple dragons. Some annoying difficulty spikes -- notably the encounter at the Throne itself (I just want to see the ending, not reload multiple times!!). Still, the essential conclusion to the saga.

HansV, Dec 24, 2016

As said before, too much combat. And the combat is too difficult; playing your mages etc. well requires an amount of planning and thinking that borders on work, not play. I played on normal setting.