Publisher Beamdog has revealed that Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition is scheduled for a March 27 release on PC.
Announced in November last year, the re-release packages together all of the content from 2005’s Diamond Edition of the game—which included three major expansions—along with a host of new features. Notably, the title has had its GUI artefacts redesigned from the ground up to be compatible with 1080p and 4K displays, and a slew of graphical updates have been added, such as new shaders and post-processing effects, to make the images as clear as possible.
Additionally, the Enhanced Edition incorporates full backwards compatibility for owners of previous versions of Neverwinter Nights, and Beamdog has listened to the community to determine the most pertinent bug fixes.
A Digital Deluxe version will also available on Steam, which will include three of the original title’s premium modules, ‘Pirates of the Sword Coast’, ‘Infinite Dungeons’, and ‘Wyvern Crown of Cormyr’, as well as two soundtracks and a portrait pack.
Beamdog has made a name for itself in recent years by remastering Infinity Engine-based classics, with its latest release being Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition. That release, alongside the team’s previous projects, has been highly regarded by critics and fans alike for breathing new life into the ageing titles.