Baldur’s Gate 3 has been available as an early access title on Steam and Stadia since October 2020, and that status doesn’t look like that will change until next year. Developer Larian Studios says it expects the game to be officially released in 2023.
in a Steam Message, which is mainly intended to discuss new content such as introducing the new Barbarian class, Larian hasn’t mentioned an exact release date yet. The developer says the internal goal is to raise the bar and history depends on that. According to Larian, a lot of work has already been done in the past year to achieve the desired quality. Once this is successful, a specific release date will be announced.
Most recently, Swain Fink, founder of Larian and creative director From Baldur’s Gate 3, in Interview with Eurogamer Although the game is not likely to be released this year. According to Finky, the team sees “a light at the end of the tunnel” and another year of development is likely to be required. It also includes completing the last part of the game; The other parts have already been largely completed. Then, a final stage will follow in which errors are eliminated.
Patch 7 for Baldur’s Gate 3 was released on Tuesday, adding the barbarian category. On top of that, the user interface has been revamped, and players can throw weapons and improvise using things like chairs as weapons. Improvements have also been made to the way dark and light environments are detected. The benefits of shadow combat will now have a more subtle effect. According to the makers, this makes sneaking around and playing around staying hidden as much as possible more fun.
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