Sword Coast Legends Crack/Patch

Sword Coast Legends Set in the lush and vibrant world of the Forgotten Realms, Sword Coast Legends offers a novel new way to enjoy the time-tested magic of playing Dungeons & Dragons as a shared storytelling experience.

Download Sword Coast Legends Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 63 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3197
Genre Role-Playing, General, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Digital Extremes / n-Space

Sword Coast Legends reviews ( 7 )

Zeev, Oct 20, 2015

Excellent campaign with great voice atcing and fun gameplay. The multiplayer has less features as expected but it is still fun to play as a DM. For 27$ I payed in GMG.com, it is worth the price! I do hope the multiplayer community will stay active despite all the negative reviews this game gets.

Bluddwolf, Nov 15, 2015

With over 100 hours in the game, and the recent expansion (and more to come) I can't say that I have any regrets in upgrading my purchase to the Collector's Edition. What truly caught me by surprise was the nostalgic feeling I got, taking me back to my PnP days of D&D 1st edition, while playing with a live DM in Sword Coast Legends. I've tried playing D&D / Pathfinder RPGs using virtual table tops (RollD20) and those experiences just did not capture that same feel. Is Sword Coast Legends a perfect game or a perfect translation of D&D 5th Edition rules, "No". But, I had no expectation that Sword Coast legends would do that and understood that something always gets lost in translation. So why the 10 out of 10, for me? Because Sword Coast Legends exceeded my expectations, and I honestly could not see any major issues that can not be fixed or aspects of the game that can't be enhanced with future patches or content expansions.

Khelben, Oct 21, 2015

I think it is a nice cross between NwN and Baldur's Gate / Dragon Age. Great voice acting, very promising tools for campaing creators (although limited at this point). Plus, don't mind the cooldowns - this game plays like a REAL cRPG D&D. I can tell you this as a real DM in Dungeons & Dragons since 1st Edition of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, which, in fact, prefers Ravenloft. But honestly, this is a great foundation for years of development to come, just like it was with Neverwinter Nights. Heads up, don't bother with negative reviews - those people would just troll this game anyway. Let them go. Rome wasn't built in a day and Neverwinter Nights wasn't too. It was almost unplayable at the start, which most folks didn't know or they pretend they, nomen omen, have forgotten...

brc2000, Oct 20, 2015

It's not a faithful representation of the D&D system (which is a bit of a missed opportunity to show off 5e), and the editor is nowhere near as great as the ones from the Neverwinter Nights games, but it's certainly not a bad game by any means. There's enough here to keep a Forgotten Realms fan satisfied, at least until games like Torment: Tides of Numenera to come out. However, for an RPG coming out in an era where developers are realizing that there's a market for "old school" RPGs, the lack of options for characters is kinda jarring. I still hope companies realize that Neverwiter Nights wasn't liked because of it's story, but because it provided a ton of options and a ton of content.

DooDahMan, Nov 3, 2015

This is a great little game for what it is. It is not the next best thing...it is not really digital dungeons and dragons but it is a simple and elegant CRPG. I love that I can run random dungeons or even create/DM dungeons with my wife and a few friends. I would love to see a few changes but I'm sure in time they will accommodate most of the obvious issues facing players. I'd like to see a better camera system...you can only get so close to the action...and a far better looting system when playing random on line dungeons...first come first serve does not work as people suck and ruin it for everyone. Eventually I believe this game will be far more then it is and I look forward to some good gaming.

JasondeAngelo, Oct 24, 2015

Not the game anyone was expecting, it's an OK loot crawler but if you want anything even resembling D&D.... look elsewhere, the devs straight up lied and employed some very underhanded tactics with refunds.

dangerclay, Dec 13, 2016

So disappointed. I waited for two years to play this game after I heard about it coming out. The release date kept getting delayed. Which was a bad sign I know. It finally comes out and I download it for the $19.99 standard game. I am sad to say it is a huge disappointment. First of all, I couldn't even play it because there was pink box filling up the middle of the screen. Even if I could play it the game is still terrible. The problem isn't with the graphics, I understood this was an old school game, that's why I wanted to play it in the first place, but it takes forever to load, the font is small, the playability is bad. It clunky and unimaginative. I guess the old style, Baldur's Gate, RPG action games are gone forever...