Enhanced editions of PC classics Baldur's Gate, Planescape: Torment and Neverwinter Nights are headed to console for the first time.

Other Baldur's Gate stuff is also on the way, including Baldur's Gate 2 and expansion Siege of Dragonspear. Last but not least, Icewind Dale is also getting the console treatment.

The games will launch on unspecified consoles later this year in their Enhanced Edition forms, courtesy of developer Beamdog and publisher Skybound Games.

Specific platforms and technical stats are yet to be detailed, but Switch versions would certainly be lovely thank you.

These Enhanced Editions previously arrived over the past few years for PC and mobile platforms. Despite being released for decades in some cases, none of the games have made it to consoles before. It's probably about time that changed.

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