Baldur’s Gate 3 is a reimagining of the classic party-based role-playing game series set in the Forgotten Realms, and it is the third installment in the series. In order to bring it into line with the current Dungeons & Dragons rules, Larian Studios, which was previously responsible for the excellent Divinity: Original Sin 2, is modernizing it. It has also evolved into a turn-based system, as opposed to the original games, which helped popularize real-time with pause combat as a compromise between Diablo-style action and squad-level tactics back in the day.
It was announced that the Early Access version of Baldur’s Gate 3 would be released in October 2020. This game allows players to make up their own characters and play through the first act, which involves escaping tentacle-faced mind flayers and attempting to find a cure for the parasite that has been implanted in your brain. The single-player mode is available, as well as an online co-op with up to four other players.
It is possible to play as either a good or an evil character, as well as shades of gray in between, as you negotiate with druids and refugee tieflings with fiendish blood, navigate through a goblin camp, venture into the Underdark, deal with a devil, and defuse inter-party conflict between your five recruitable companions, among many other things.
What’s Baldur’s Gate 3 release date?
A firm release date has not yet been announced, but we anticipate that it will be sometime this year. According to the most recent information from Larian, the year 2023 appears to be more likely:
“Rather than a specific release date, we use a quality bar as our internal release benchmark. Over the course of the past year in Early Access, significant progress has been made toward that quality bar, but we understand that many players are still waiting for an official release date. That date will be announced when we are even closer to achieving our goal, but for the time being, we expect Baldur’s Gate 3 to be released from Early Access in 2023 if all goes according to plan.”
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Since October 6, 2020, Baldur’s Gate 3 has been available in Early Access. In an interview conducted last year, players were advised not to set unrealistic expectations for themselves too soon. “I know that the community wants us to go faster than we can,” Vincke said. “It does take time to implement things, especially for a game that’s as vast as Baldur’s Gate 3” says the developer.
As well as being available on GOG and Steam, the finished version of Baldur’s Gate 3 will also be available on Stadia.
How does it connect to the previous games?
The game will have a connection to the original Baldur’s Gate games, despite the fact that it takes place years after the events of Baldur’s Gate 2: Throne of Bhaal and features different characters. Vincke stated in a Reddit AMA that “We don’t want to give anything away, but we wouldn’t call it Baldur’s Gate 3 if there wasn’t a connection between the two games. Let me just say that we make significant reference to the events of BG 1 and 2, that there are returning characters, and that what happened in BG 1/2/tob has a direct impact on what happens in BG3. You won’t necessarily realize this at the beginning of the adventure, but once you get further into the game, you’ll quickly realize what I’m talking about.”
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What’s the story and setting for Baldur’s Gate 3?
It is the third installment in the Baldur’s Gate series, and it tells an all-new story set in the current era of the Forgotten Realms. The mind flayers, a race of psychic, squid-faced alien tyrants, have discovered a way to once again travel between worlds and have begun invading Earth’s atmosphere.
A parasitic tadpole has infected the player-character and his or her main companions, which should transform them into mind flayers, but for some reason the process isn’t working as it should be. One of the most important quests is to find out more about the tadpoles and to have them removed from the area.
However, even though the party does not appear to be transforming into mind flayers immediately, the tadpole’s influence can be felt later. You can link minds with other people using tadpoles and gain some other benefits as a result, but the more you use your power, the easier it will be for you to control when you come across another mind flayer in the future.
The mind flayers are an ancient and terrifying force in the Dungeons & Dragons universe, and they have been around for a long time. They possess powerful psionic abilities, are capable of mind-controlling other sentient beings, and prefer to feed on the brains of other sentient beings for sustenance. They frequently employ slaves to carry out their orders, and they also use them as a convenient snack when they are feeling peckish.
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