Larian Studios shares the launch framework for Baldur’s Gate 3, although they warn that it is approximate. May be delayed under sanitary circumstances.
Larian Studios reveals the launch framework for Baldur’s Gate 3 early access. The company plans to see the light in two months, that is, sometime next August, but the date may change given the health circumstances in which we we find.
That maybe from the trailer extends to the statement Larian has offered to the media. As they report, COVID-19 has not gone unnoticed by them, although the transfer to work from home has been “satisfactory”. Being settled has allowed them to keep the date they had planned, subject to change if the pace is not optimal.
“Larian will have more information on the specific content of early access later, but the team is committed to working directly with feedback from the community to evolve the game during their early access campaign,” they conclude.
It won’t take long to see more of Baldur’s Gate 3. A panel is scheduled for June 18 showing new playable material. It will be done from the Dungeons & Dragons channel. Along with the date, a trailer was published in which the characters can be seen from close-ups. You can see it below:
Impressions: the benchmark for western RPG is back
During the past month of February we were able to participate in the presentation of Baldur’s Gate 3, more than 20 years after the original was released. Now under the cloak of Larian Studios, the brand returns to the fore with the good work of the Belgians.
We are not facing a sequel as such, but a completely new adventure set 100 years later. You will have turn-based combat similar to what Divinity: Original Sin offers. The face reminds of the two installments of the subsaga, something natural when using an evolution of the same engine. The D&D universe will return, if all goes well, to our hands in two months.