Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition hits iPad at £6.99, 1.70GB

By Dave Cook, Friday, 7 December 2012 12:15 GMT

Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition is now available for iPad at £6.99. Beamdog Games’ re-envisioning of the classic RPG is a hefty download however, sitting at 1.70GB. Get the details and download link below.

You can grab the game via the App Store here, but be warned, you need an iPad running iOS version 6.0, so you better get those license agreements signed and install the bugger if you want to play.

The Android tablet edition is due at some point after Christmas.

If you grab it, let us know what you think. I’ve added four screens below for you to check out too. Enjoy!

Thanks Eurogamer.

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