Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition returns to App Store
After legal issues with Atari, Overhaul Games has returned Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition to the App Store.
The massive role-playing game disappeared from the App Store and the Beamdog distribution platform in June. Atari sold the game on its site while the companies fixed the situation.
Trent Oster, the president of developer Overhaul Games and Beamdog, has confirmed that "all outstanding issues with our publishing partner have been resolved."
Oster said the company is planning a major update patch and will have details on that, the upcoming Android tablet version, and Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced Edition soon.
"We want to thank our fans for the outpouring of support we received during this difficult time," he said. "Legal issues are never fun. We're glad we can once again focus on what matters — makin' video games!"
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition costs $10 on iOS.