Set in the lush and vibrant world of the Forgotten Realms, Sword Coast Legends offers an all-new way to enjoy the time-tested magic of playing Dungeons & Dragons as a shared storytelling experience. Bringing the roleplaying dynamic between players and Dungeon Masters to life with DM Mode, a real-time experience in which Dungeon Masters guide players through unique customizable adventures. Game Features: • Choose from five playable races and six unique character classes to build your own stalwart adventurer • A return to form, Sword Coast Legends is the compelling and complex RPG you've been waiting for and features pause time, party-based tactical combat and involving storylines • Dungeon Master Mode: Quickly create adventures to share with your friends, and even enhance other players’ experiences in real time as the Dungeon Master. • Set in the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms universe based on the fifth edition ruleset and populated with Dungeons & Dragons lore and legend Additional System Requirements: Minimum upstream bandwidth of 1 Mbps is required to access all features.

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Xbox One

Xbox One


  • Co-op Online
  • Multiplayer Online- 1 to 5 players

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Digital Extremes

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14.67 GB

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Install on your home Xbox One console plus have access when you’re connected to your Microsoft account.

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Platform: Xbox

Great classic style D&D RPG

Great game been too long of a wait since baldurs Gate was out, this game is very similar and a great representation of the original classic. I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves RGP genre games. Credit to all involed with Tales of the Sword Coast. bravo

5 out of 5 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

reasonable game

the fact its D&D is great, there are not enough games like it. the only downside is the extremely poor loading times between areas of the game. fix that major issue and this would be a five star game.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

The Land That Modern RPGs Forgot!

Yeah yeah, The Witcher 3 and Fallout 4 etc etc. Sometimes though, you just wanna pile into that old school CRPG vibe and squint at tiny guys whupping goblins in glorious isometric with those obscure D&D rules calculating ... stuff. I'm liking this game. It takes me back to simpler & more joyous times. If it wasn't for the lengthy loading times I'd give it five stars. It's a budget release so it's rough around the edges but you get a lot of game for your money. Definitely check it out if you ever enjoyed Neverwinter Nights and games of that ilk. The old style CRPG is coming back! Happy days.

8 out of 8 people found this helpful.



PaulMr Dragon

Platform: Xbox


Long loading times and quest killing bugs ruin what could have been a half decent game. Quest killing bugs in storyline missions (Rhylfang) shouldn't still be in the game, ones in minor quests aren't such a big deal. Nicely animated, but combat sometimes has sound issues. Interesting and original storyline, decent NPC backgrounds. Just fix the bzzzzzz, bzzzzzzzzt, bugs!!

4 out of 6 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Brings back memories

It's got that Baldurs gate vibe going on and as a fan of the tabletop version of D & D it makes me relive my teenage years all over again. Only downside is the loading times. A great introduction to the forgotten realms franchise for new players and a blast from the past for old school gamers. I would like to see some more dlc released and possibly a remastered version of Baldurs Gate released in the not too distant future.

5 out of 5 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

Classic Dungeons & Dragons

Real feel of a D&D at its best. Brings back memories of many a day spent playing D&D in the 80's. Love it and I hope you do some expansions for the game. My only negative would be some of the loading times but I can live with that.

6 out of 6 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

D&D fans

So after 2 hours of playing, I have come to the conclusion, it is a rather OK game. The graphics are not the best but it has the feeling of D&D, but without the dice. Now game play is solid, not been able to test Dungeon Master mode due to no players. Another little let down is the Amiga style loading times. it takes a good 5 mins to load anything up. also frame rate spikes happen often. But the game is good in my opinion. and worth the £13 pricetag.

3 out of 3 people found this helpful.




Platform: Xbox

good game but one serious issue

game plays like dragonage origins but loading times are soul destroying, makes you dread walking through a door to experience a 5 min wait only to find a potion merchant, followed by another 5 min wait to load back out of room.




Platform: Xbox

Unplayable due to load times

Everytime you enter a new area (including small caves, etc) you run into loading screens that are on average 2-3 minutes long (trust me, I timed them). That feels like a lot longer than it sounds. For comparison, Fallout 4's load times are about 30-50 seconds. Hopefully they can be reduced in a future patch.

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