Forget enhancing it - some glorious people have remade Baldur's Gate in 3D! And it's free!

Well, it's free if you have Neverwinter Nights 2 and expansion packs Mask of the Betrayer and Storm of Zehir - it's a mod, you see.

Dubbed Baldur's Gate: Reloaded, this was a seven-year project undertaken by a team ranging from one person to five. Drew Rechner was the leader and told Kotaku that the mod helped him score a job in the games industry.

His helpers, equally deserving of a shout out, were Shallina, Greg Schneider, Andy Kasten and Sebastien Raymond.

Baldur's Gate: Reloaded is available from Nexus Mods, and you can grab Neverwinter Nights 2 plus all (three) expansions from GOG for $20.

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