Baldur’s Gate 3 It’s turning out to be one of the most successful games of 2023, and we’ll likely be hearing about it for a long time to come. In an interview with IGN, Larian Studios CEO Sven Finke stated that during 2024 Will continue to support RPGsAnd alsoTo work “on other things”.
“Obviously we will be working on other things, but we will continue to support Baldur’s Gate 3,” said Finke, who admitted that the game is not yet free of problems and that fixing them or adding new elements can be complicated in a large, large game. As interesting as Baldur’s Gate 3.
“The community has been patient with us, this is a very big game with many permutations. In patch 4, we had an idea that no one expected, which was the crime system. So, depending on how much you stole, you could have problems at the end of the game. […] I won’t say that all these problems have disappeared, we know that, but We will continue to work on it. The downside of these big, complex matches is that it’s something you have to deal with.”
Baldur’s Gate 3 will not be available on PC and Xbox Game Pass
Vincke did not add further details about other projects planned for 2024 by Larian Studios, but he is most likely referring to the next “big game” that the development team is already working on and that we will probably have to wait for many more years.
As for future plans, in addition to fixes for various bugs and problems, the development team also has other updates planned such as Patch 5, which added several new lines of dialogue and a playable epilogue, and does not rule out one or more new playable races.
Moreover, as previously reported on our pages, Finke also announced in the same interview that Baldur’s Gate 3 will not come to PC and Xbox Game Pass, as in his opinion it is a big and valuable game, without microtransactions, and therefore when warned it is fair that we pay to play With it.
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