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The time has come, and Baldur's Gate 3 is officially here in Early Access form. It's already done pretty well in terms of sales, but its still early days in terms of raw PC performance. So how well does BG3 run at the moment? Is it acceptable? Or is there room for improvement during Early Access? We take a look at the PC performance benchmarks for Baldurs Gate 3 Early Access...
The long-awaited Early Access for Baldur’s Gate 3 is finally here, and according to Larian Studios the sales numbers are already “insane” despite having not been out for 24 hours yet. Apparently demand was so high for Baldurs Gate 3 yesterday that users flooded the store and broke Steam for a little while, which is quite the achievement.
The Early Access version for Baldur's Gate 3 has officially launched, so you can get started on playing the first act of the game right now. The third installment in the series has obviously seen a massive facelift since 20 years ago, and the new title certainly looks very good.
The time is nearly upon us as the Early Access version of Baldur’s Gate 3 launches today, so if you’re excited to jump into the world of Dungeons and Dragons again Larian Studios have revealed the unlock times for the game, and have also debunked some system requirements updates.
Larian Studios are currently working hard on the Early Access version of Baldur’s Gate 3, but if you were excited to get your hands on it next Wednesday, unfortunately Larian has confirmed that the Baldur's Gate 3 3 Early Access has been delayed due to several stability issues.
The latest Panel from Hell livestream hosted by Larian Studios debuted last night, and with it came some new information about Baldurs Gate 3 and the Early Access coming later this year. More specifically, Larian officially announced that the Baldurs Gate 3 Early Access is officially launching on September 30th… maybe.
Larian Studios recently hosted yet another livestream for Baldur's Gate 3, this time revealing that Early Access will be starting on September 30th. Luckily for us, the Early Access system requirements for Baldurs Gate III have also been revealed, which shows that the next game based on the world of Dungeons and Dragons won't exactly need a beastly computer to run at it's best.
When Larian Studios announced that Baldur’s Gate 3 would be getting an Early Access launch in August, they promptly ended the announcement trailer with a big hard “maybe” at the end. Now it seems like that was a little bit too optimistic, as they have officially announced on Twitter that they won’t be hitting the August release date for the Baldur's Gate 3 Early Access.
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.