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Baldur's Gate III will … debut on Google Stadia?


Baldur’s Gate III will … launch on Google Stadia?

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Baldur’s Gate III project by Larian Studios is likely to be announced this week.

Do you remember the Google Stadia online game broadcasting platform that was announced in March this year and received a lot of skeptical reactions from gaming enthusiasts?

Remember the name of the legendary role-playing game that brought Bioware to the top of the Western game industry in the 2000s and is still considered one of the best RPGs of all time?

Maybe, you are wondering "what are these two things related to each other". Our key point is, it seems Baldur’s Gate III will be announced this week at the Google Stadia Connect event, which will take place on Thursday 6 June next.

Last week, all the links to Larian Studios' home page, the developer behind two games Divinity: Original Sin Floating cult suddenly automatically navigates to a mysterious image, only with Roman symbol 3 on the screen.

Initially, most of the musicians thought that the company was hiding it Divinity: Original Sin 3 is approaching.

However, after some users "dig" the source code on the website, the homepage has been completely exposed that this is essentially a "scare" screen. Baldur’s Gate III. Any information related to this name has been removed from the source code only a few hours later.

Liam Robertson, a writer who has written countless accurate information, has so far confirmed that Baldur’s Gate III will be released at the upcoming Connect event, taking place at 11:00 pm on June 6.

Besides, according to some other "unofficial" sources, the game will be available on PC and Google Stadia exclusive for console.

All are still rumors, don't forget this. Fortunately, we only need to wait 2 more days to verify whether this information is correct or not.

And of course, for CRPG fans (classic role-playing games) in general and Baldur’s Gate In particular, witnessing the epic Bhaalspawn return after 19 years in a row, it must be difficult for any word to describe this joy.

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Abydon Belegarssøn

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