Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Crack/Patch

Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Baldur’s Gate: Siege of Dragonspear adds a new chapter to the Bhaalspawn saga. The events occurring between Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate II are at last revealed in this 25-hour expansion pack for Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition.

Download Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 79 / 100
User rating
Downloads 5312
Genre Role-Playing, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Beamdog / Overhaul Games

Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear reviews ( 7 )

Jlaw1988, Apr 3, 2016

Okay lets get the most positive aspects out the way first: Its an expansion to a 17 year old game, and fits in perfectly. So often I was playing through this expansion with the exact same feeling as playing the originals all those years ago. The technical upgrades are self evident and dont need explaining, as after 17 years there was bound to be. There are some technical hiccups here and there but over the coming weeks and months I expect to see them stomped out. However I should point out that in about 30+ hours playing time I personally have yet to encounter anything game breaking or indeed little more series than a single crash to desktop. Beamdog have wrote a fun, engaging story and while its a little linear it IS an expansion pack, although with the amount of effort put in it sure as hell doesnt feel like it. Id most definitely put it up against Throne of Bhaal anyday to say the least and would go a step further in that in some areas it gives BG1 and Shadows of Amn a run for their money. Great to have so many old favourite characters back with their original voices. I just cant overstate how pleased I am with the work thats gone into this to make a worthy successor. I only hope Beamdog release some additional BG2 content. With the great improvements made and the fantastic job on the writing front it would be a travesty for them not to. Also finally Ill end on the biggest disappointment surrounding this game with sadly is of no fault of its own, It seems some people have taken offence to (no exaggeration) 30 seconds worth of content and decided to declare some kind of silly war on this game. I get annoyed by excessive "social justicey" nonsense as much as the next person but i can honestly say anyone who thinks this game is forcing such nonsense on anybody and is trying to attack it should seriously examine their priorities in life. If anyone thinks its worth trying to smear years of hard work thats gone into this game because they find the tiniest snippet not to their tastes - well I dont need to worry, Im sure real gamers out their know to discard their silly opinions. This is expansion is great and is Baldurs Gate in every sense of the word and as someone who started in 1998 I cant express how happy that makes me.

Meidrym, Apr 5, 2016

It is an enjoyable add on to the series, with challenging gameplay and interesting characters and stories. Minor bugs are present, but the issues that have triggered the controversy are such that I didn't even notice them first time through.

GrimLefourbe, Apr 3, 2016

This extension is good, it leaves me with the same feelings as the first one, intense fights, random moments of "oh damn, I opened the wrong door", laughter as I read the jokes and the character lines. There is 4th wall breaking in this game, and I like it, it's not overbearing but it's there. I would actually give this a 9.5, it's not exactly as Baldur's Gate, it's damn near perfect, just as Baldur's Gate was, damn near perfect but not 10/10. If you liked the first and aren't triggered by 4th wall breaking, you'll like this.

Copestetic85, Apr 5, 2016

It plays like a Baldur's Gate game. That's about it. Story's kind of boring, and getting quite a few bugs; save often. There also seems to be some sort of political "agenda" being pushed. I don't care much about all that, though. Just kind of bad compared to the originals ( non-enhanced ).

securon, Jan 23, 2017

SoD may appeal to fans of the original game, particularly if you stay away from some of the new party NPCs which are annoying and poorly written, but there is little to recommend to someone new to the BG series. Many unnecessary additions in terms of graphics, journal updates, UI modifications, and a story mode While there is 20-30 hours worth of game play here, there is almost nothing new or anything particularly memorable. There were certainly no OMG moments or challenging fights. A significant amount of content seems to have been cut & paste from Icewind Dale Some NPCs from the original game are back: Dynaheir & Viconia were particularly well done. Game is very linear, and overall limited by the below par writing

coffeethrall, Apr 6, 2016

When I learned there was going to be new content for Baldur’s Gate, I was excited and hopeful, as one might be seconds before tearing into a beautifully-wrapped Christmas present. Then the wrapping paper came off and I saw the steaming pile of cow excrement inside, and felt utterly betrayed. Beamdog released a buggy mess of an expansion. It has broken quests. Dialogue trees with NPCs glitch and force reloads. It has a broken Multiplayer feature. It has writing which reads like middle school fanfiction. The graphics are somehow *worse* than the 1998 originals. The occasional crashes which occur almost feel like the computer itself fleeing from this accursed program. Given the hideous way Beamdog has treated its customers in the days since the release, I have no hope that these issues will be addressed. Give this one a pass.

peekay00, Apr 4, 2016

I loved the original baldur's gate games. I played through them a ton. This game was a huge let-down. It's not fun, buggy, UI is bad, and the writing is terrible. The role playing aspect of dialog forces you into stupid situations as well. Do not buy.