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Although we know that Larian Studios is working on a Baldur’s Gate III, one of the spin-off games from 2001, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is now getting a spiritual successor from developer Tuque while drooping the Baldur’s Gate name tag.

Announced during The Game Awards with a rock ‘n’ roll trailer, Dark Alliance is a fresh take on the action game and this time featuring the Dungeons and Dragons superstar character that is Drizzt Do’Urden in a leading role.

 Nathan Stewart, Head of Franchise for Dungeons & Dragons spoke about Drizzt’s role in a press release:

“Drizzt and his companions are some of Dungeons & Dragons’ most recognisable heroes. This all-new Dark Alliance will give players a visceral experience that drops them into the action of a Drizzt storyline like never before.”

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