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Just the other night, Larian studios had livestreamed over an hour of gameplay for Baldur's Gate 3, letting the audience choose the paths to take on a small quest. The founder and head honcho of Larian Studios, Swen Vincke, showed off some of the new narration, the improved UI and initiative system, as well as the player choice since the last bit of gameplay for BG3 we saw at PAX East earlier this year. Plus we get a look at the inspiration system for the first time at least!
After a long wait since Larian Studios revealed they were working on Baldur’s Gate 3, it was also revealed that it would be coming to Steam Early Access in 2020, now we finally have a release date for it so we can get our grubby little hands on the game sooner. Coming from the Guerilla Collective event yesterday, the Early Access release for Baldurs Gate 3 will be available in August this year… maybe.
Good news for some RPG fans waiting for some more information about Baldurs Gate 3, the developers of the game Larian Studios recently posted on Twitter an update to their long-awaited sequel to the beloved isometric RPG series, revealing that more information will be released soon as part of the Guerilla Collective online games festival.
The highly anticipated sequel to a 20 year old game stirred a lot of buzz at PAX East last week. We got our first look at some gameplay from Baldur's Gate 3 and heard a few more details about the game, though not everyone was happy about the reveal. However you felt about the fresh new take on the franchise, Larian has confirmed that they are not aiming for a current-gen console release.
PAX East is currently going on, and of the few developers and companies that still went despite Coronavirus fears, Larian Studios has unveiled the first official look at the gameplay in Baldur's Gate 3. Along with the gameplay we’ve also gotten a good look at the opening cinematic with an updated trailer.
This week has been pretty good for leaks so far, right after a PC version for Horizon Zero Dawn was spotted on Amazon France, we now have some screenshots leaked from the much-anticipated Baldur's Gate 3. Fans are already blown away by the way it looks and seems to be the definitive version of Baldur’s Gate so far. Some fans are a little wary of the changes, but I for one think this will bring a fresh new take on the franchise that we need…
Hasbro recently held an investor’s event at the New York Toy Fair, and boy do they have some plans in the works. We could sit here and endlessly discuss what their plans are for the next five years, which includes releasing a digital game every year, but that’s not the most exciting information to came out of the event…
We hate an announcement of an announcement as much as the next person but when Baldurs Gate 3 is involved, we’re prepared to make an exception.
Oftentimes games are delayed, and sometimes games are cancelled entirely. It’s not often we get one that’s in between though. Larian Studios has sadly announced development of the recently revealed Baldurs Gate 3.
And there it is. 19 years later, Baldur’s Gate is back. Announced during Google’s Stadia pre-E3 live event, Baldur’s Gate 3 is in development at Larian Studios, the same team behind Divinity: Original Sin 2.
It’s actually happening. Divinity: Original Sin 2 developer Larian Studios has updated its website with a mysterious teaser for a presumably imminent game announcement. When you overhaul your website 10 days before E3, it’s safe to say a few assumptions are made.