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Classical music.


The timeless soundtracks from Baldur's Gate EE, Baldur's Gate II EE, <span class="bold">Siege of Dragonspear</span>, and Icewind Dale EE are now available for purchase, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 66% launch discount.

As a huge part of their undying charm, the soundtracks for these RPG classics deserve a place in every fan's playlist, even more so after getting enriched for the purposes of their Enhanced Editions.

- <span class="bold">Baldur's Gate EE OST</span> includes 33 of Michael Honig's haunting themes, plus 7 new ones composed by Sam Hulick.

- <span class="bold">Baldur's Gate II EE OST</span>: A massive game needs a massive soundtrack. There are 66 tracks here, composed by Michael Honig, Iron Zur, and Howard Drossin for the original game and Throne of Bhaal, plus 15 new ones provided once again by Sam Hulick.

- <span class="bold">Siege of Dragonspear OST</span> is made up of 21 tracks composed exclusively by Sam Hulick to accompany the story that bridges the gap between the events of the original BG and Shadows of Amn.

- <span class="bold">Icewind Dale EE OST</span> brings all 51 tracks composed by the legendary Jeremy Soule for this combat-heavy entry in the Forgotten Realms saga. The main theme alone will get you battle-ready in no time.



The 66% discount will last until July 4, 1PM UTC.
Incidentally, <span class="bold">Baldur's Gate EE</span>, <span class="bold">Baldur's Gate II EE</span>, and <span class="bold">Icewind Dale EE</span> are on discount right now in our grand <span class="bold">Weekly Sale Vol. 20</span>.
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robertgg: Hopefully Beamdogs goes under before they can lay their filthy hands on more classics and ruin them too.
They always said that Baldur's Gate 3 is their main goal. Trust me. They will ruin that series completely if they make BG3.
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robertgg: Hopefully Beamdogs goes under before they can lay their filthy hands on more classics and ruin them too.
Beamdog's CEO talked about Neverwinter Nights recently. Let's hope they won't get their hands on it.
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Will we see something like this in near future?
Release: Baldur's Gate series + Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition HD wallpapers
Release: Baldur's Gate series + Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition Avatars
Release: Baldur's Gate series + Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition Artworks
Release: Baldur's Gate series + Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition Manuals
Tag price 9.99 each / Grab them now in release for 4.99 each
I have the original soundtracks from the earlier releases here. I would like the FLAC versions, and the extra tracks may be good. I would consider upgrading my OSTs if there were some sort of discount for those of us that already have the original soundtracks.
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SpiderFighter: Yep. Sadly, the loss of drawing points like this that once made GOG special, are now homogenizing it into just another digital games storefront. I've noticed many, many games in the last year or so that have nothing else packaged with them. Time marches on, I guess.
If Beamdog is licenced to sell anything BG/IWD related and make profit, i don't see GOG having to do anything with that. Even though it may suck for those who don't own the classic GOG versions, i guess that's how things work with IPs. Also, this applies to many new releases; devs/pubs noticed that soundtracks can be sold for extra monies (deluxe editions etc) which means that GOG can't offer them for free like they used to. Having said that, what baffles me is when a game ships without a manual... I *love* well-written manuals (such as the original manual of BG for example), even when they're not actually needed to understand a game.
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wongheiming: Will we see something like this in near future?
Release: Baldur's Gate series + Icewind Dale Enhanced Edition HD wallpapers
A couple of companies (at least) already came to my mind... But let's not give them ideas. ;)
Post edited June 27, 2017 by Vythonaut
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SpiderFighter: Yep. Sadly, the loss of drawing points like this that once made GOG special, are now homogenizing it into just another digital games storefront. I've noticed many, many games in the last year or so that have nothing else packaged with them. Time marches on, I guess.
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Vythonaut: If Beamdog is licenced to sell anything BG/IWD related and make profit, i don't see GOG having to do anything with that. Even though it may suck for those who don't own the classic GOG versions, i guess that's how things work with IPs. Also, this applies to many new releases; devs/pubs noticed that soundtracks can be sold for extra monies (deluxe editions etc) which means that GOG can't offer them for free like they used to. Having said that, what baffles me is when a game ships without a manual... I *love* well-written manuals (such as the original manual of BG for example), even when they're not actually needed to understand a game.
Quite right.

If this was GoG's doing they would also be selling the soundtracks for The Witcher separately. CDPR owns GoG, after all. If this was their business-model this would be a thing too.

This is Beamdog all the way.
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Feck me, am surprised they don't us for the privilege of opening the game page.

Don't worry though folks, Neverwinter Nights is up next, followed by soudntrack manual, portrait pack etc. Pappa needs a brand new holiday!
https://forums.beamdog.com/discussion/65353/you-now-can-buy-soundtracks-for-bg-ee-sod-bg2-ee-iwd-ee-in-the-beamdog-store#latest

Update from Julius Borisov, the Beamdog employee that hangs around GoG doing damage control.

If you want to buy the soundtracks you are only "allowed" to buy them IF you buy the EE games first.
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nightcraw1er.488: Feck me, am surprised they don't us for the privilege of opening the game page.

Don't worry though folks, Neverwinter Nights is up next, followed by soudntrack manual, portrait pack etc. Pappa needs a brand new holiday!
Thankfully I own both Neverwinter Nights DRM free, stored on my local file server and backed up offline. Beamdog cannot have them back.
So, for the privilege of owning the "DRM-free" (/sarcasm) soundtracks here, we pay 100% of the cost, while everywhere else it's with a 66% discount right now? Sigh.
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Stig79: https://forums.beamdog.com/discussion/65353/you-now-can-buy-soundtracks-for-bg-ee-sod-bg2-ee-iwd-ee-in-the-beamdog-store#latest

Update from Julius Borisov, the Beamdog employee that hangs around GoG doing damage control.

If you want to buy the soundtracks you are only "allowed" to buy them IF you buy the EE games first.
According to a post on that link, the soundtracks here are supposed to be discounted to match the Steam sale prices.

Quote - "P.S. Act quick! We’re matching Steam Summer Sale prices on all four soundtracks for a limited time!"
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jalister: Thankfully I own both Neverwinter Nights DRM free, stored on my local file server and backed up offline. Beamdog cannot have them back.
Why? I own the original Baldur's Gate games here, and they're still in my library (alone with the enhanced versions). To my knowledge, GOG has never removed a purchased game from a customer's library.
Post edited June 27, 2017 by SpiderFighter
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Stig79: https://forums.beamdog.com/discussion/65353/you-now-can-buy-soundtracks-for-bg-ee-sod-bg2-ee-iwd-ee-in-the-beamdog-store#latest

Update from Julius Borisov, the Beamdog employee that hangs around GoG doing damage control.

If you want to buy the soundtracks you are only "allowed" to buy them IF you buy the EE games first.
That is about the OSTs sold in the Beamdog store.
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Stig79: https://forums.beamdog.com/discussion/65353/you-now-can-buy-soundtracks-for-bg-ee-sod-bg2-ee-iwd-ee-in-the-beamdog-store#latest

Update from Julius Borisov, the Beamdog employee that hangs around GoG doing damage control.

If you want to buy the soundtracks you are only "allowed" to buy them IF you buy the EE games first.
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jalister: According to a post on that link, the soundtracks here are supposed to be discounted to match the Steam sale prices.

Quote - "P.S. Act quick! We’re matching Steam Summer Sale prices on all four soundtracks for a limited time!"
That thread is about OSTs sold in the Beamdog store.
Post edited June 27, 2017 by juliusborisov
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Stig79: Update from Julius Borisov, the Beamdog employee that hangs around GoG doing damage control.

If you want to buy the soundtracks you are only "allowed" to buy them IF you buy the EE games first.
That has nothing to do with Beamdog. It's GOG's fault. They count soundtracks as DLCs and so you can only buy them when you own the base game. Doesn't make much sense, but that's how they do it for years.