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Baldur's Gate 3 will be powered by new technology; will remain a top-down game

DSOGaming writes: "Trent Oster has revealed some juicy details about the rumored third part of the Baldur’s Gate series. According to Oster, Baldur’s Gate will be powered by new technology and not by the engine that is behind Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition and Baldur’s Gate 2: Enhanced Edition."

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john24277d ago

Sounds good. Curious to see what will happen now that Black Isle Studios has been resurrected

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juaburg4277d ago

Me 2. Enjoyed it a lot more than diablo. Loved the co-op!!!

hadouken0074277d ago

Baldurs gate ser.ies is pretty sweet, i enjoyed the game

hadouken0074277d ago

Baldurs gate series is pretty sweet, i enjoyed the game

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Baldur's Gate 3: Neil Newbon Explains Why Astarion Was a 'Risk'

In an Interview with Game Rant, Neil Newbon discusses the performance choices he made portraying Baldur's Gate 3's Astarion, and why some decisions were risky.

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I’ll Never Beat Baldur's Gate 3 Honour Mode

I'll stick with Tactician for now.

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jambola24d ago

Fascinating
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Michiel198923d ago

I can't really remember if I tried xcom 1 on the hardest difficulty but I gave xcom 2 on the hardest difficulty and ironman plenty of shots and it just seemed impossible. I don't often give up, but that game beat me.

anast23d ago

No real examples on why honor mode was too difficult. What I mean by this is there was no mention of the builds and gear he/she was using or classes and races.

Nittdarko23d ago

I mean I understand, after 14 attempts (non cheese) me and 2 friends finally beat it, It's really not for your everyday party adventurers

Don't get me wrong, a casual player could easily google (BG3 cheese builds) and Moon druid or Tavern brawler their way to victory with some ease, but going in playing it blind or telling yourself not to break the game and play normally is never going to end well at all.

Funny as well because Divinity Original Sin 2's honor mode was a fraction of the difficulty of BG3.

Popsicle23d ago (Edited 23d ago )

I won’t either. I am a dirty save scummer who definitely lacks honor on my dice rolls and checks. Not turning TAV into a squid just because I wanted a few parasites burrowed into his brain. Lol

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Even Though Larian Is Done With Baldur's Gate 3, I Believe The Game Deserves DLC

Danish from eXputer: "DLC for Baldur's Gate 3 could resolve some unanswered questions and offer more sought-after content for what is otherwise one of the greatest RPGs in recent memory."

Leeroyw27d ago

They made their point on DLC. Respect that.

FACTUAL evidence27d ago

See this is what damn near killed gaming in the first place, DLC! I respect a good game that’s already heavily content driven. Whatever happened to having a good game, playing it from start to finish, and then enjoying it for what it was and waiting for a sequel with a whole new outlook? I hate the fact that there are people out there willing to get nickeled and dimed by developers then complain about how we get pelted with unnecessary dlc.

I feel more devs need to do what they are doing. Tbh, I couldn’t care less if dlc was gone completely. I could go as far as saying dlc ruins game preservation as well. Not going to go too deep into that but basically Baldur’s Gate devs gets my thumb of approval.