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Early access should be available this August


According to Larian Studios, early access to its game Baldur’s Gate 3 is scheduled for August this year if there are no obstacles to its release.

It was during E3 2019 that Larian Studios had formalized the development of Baldur’s Gate 3. In the press release published this Saturday June 13, the Belgian video game studio announced that this early access is only for information and not final. Everything will depend on the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis, since this situation makes the working conditions of developers difficult. The latter therefore reserve the right to postpone early access if they consider it too early.

Image 1: Baldur’s Gate 3: Early access should be available this August
Credit: Larian Studios

A version that can be played by players before the final version

Swen Vincke, the president of Larian Studios specifies in his press release that this early access which will be far from the final version is a way of allow players to test a passable version. This will allow these users to test and share their gaming experience with the developers of Baldur’s Gate 3. A good way to improve the title to get an ideal final version, especially in combat or camera movements.

To clarify this early version of Baldur’s Gate 3, Larian Studios is planning a more complete presentation of gameplay live on Twitch this June 18. During this live game, you can watch the player descend into the darkness or assassinate the goblin Dror Ragzlin. This part broadcast live will be accessible on the official page of the Dungeons and Dragons games twitch.tv/dnd.

Twenty years after Baldur’s Gate II: The Throne of Bhaal

Baldur’s Gate fans will have had to wait almost twenty years later Baldur’s Gate II: The Throne of Bhaal to be able to play the third installment of the license. They will have the opportunity to test all the visual and graphic novelties of this scenario planned to go on long adventures in the middle of mystical worlds.

Source: LRM ONLINE



Romain Charpentier

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